In primary infection with the dengue virus, IgM antibody becomes detectable about five days after disease onset, when circulating virus declines in the blood. IgM level rises quickly to peak at about 2 weeks and declines to undetectable level after 2-3 months
In secondary infections, IgM response is typically at a lower level compared to that in a primary infection.
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|11EK20||Dengue IgM Capture ELISA||Microplate||96wells/Kit||Serum|
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