Keywords: AIDS laboratory tests
HIV antibody test: 1. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent hair (ELISA) gelatin particle agglutination experiments (PA) 3. Immunofluorescence detection method (IFA) immunoblotting method (western blot, WB) 5. Radioimmunoprecipitation (RIP). The first three of them for the screening test, the latter two for the confirmatory test.
HIV virus detection: 1 cell culture virus isolation. Detect HIV antigen.
Cellular immune function:
1 T cell function, including CD4T lymphocyte count delayed allergic skin test the mitotic circle stimulation
Detection of B cell function of circulating immune complexes immunoglobulin pathogenic examination of peripheral blood lymphoid counting conditions infection: almost every case of AIDS patients have at least suffering from a condition infections, the corresponding pathogen checks should be carried out according to the clinical manifestations, such as Pneumocystis carinii, Cryptosporidium, Toxoplasma, Candida, etc..