In primary infection with the dengue virus, IgG antibody appears a few days after IgM.
In primary infections, IgG antibodies are produced at a lower level compared to IgM but will persist for many years after infection.
In secondary infections, IgG response may rise quickly before or simultaneously with an IgM response and will become the predominant immunoglobulin isotype in secondary infections.
Suitable marker for secondary dengue infection
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|11EK10||Dengue IgG Capture ELISA||Microplate||96wells/Kit||Serum|
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