Neutralising Antibodies Covid-19 Testing

We are now offering a Neutralising Antibody test in Canary Wharf that can detect antibodies that neutralise the virus that causes COVID-19. Other IgG/IgM antibody tests do not provide results on the functional or neutralising aspect of the antibodies. This test is recommended for individuals post-vaccination or post-recovery from an active infection.

Price: £39

The Regenerative Clinic is a leading UK government laboratory provider and a founding member of the LTIO, ensuring all practices are to the highest ethical and professional standards. The Regenerative Clinic offer in-clinic testing across 12 locations nationwide, as well as offering options for home-kit arrival testing. 

Your test result will be issued via email, please check your spam/junk and if not received please email this address:

diagnostics@theregenerativeclinic.co.uk.

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When to get a Neutralising Antibody Test?

Post-Vaccination

Although the Covid-19 vaccine is highly effective, some people choose to take a Neutralising Antibody Test after their first Covid-19 vaccine dose and again after their second dose to check whether their body produced neutralising antibodies in response to the vaccine.

Post-Recovery from Covid-19

If you have been infected with Covid-19, a Neutralizing Antibody Test can determine your immune system's response to the infection.

General Awareness

If you want to take a baseline test before you get the Covid-19 vaccine or if you'd like to see your current immune status, you should take a Neutralizing Antibody Test.

Book a Neutralising Antibodies Covid-19 Test

  • Book Appointment
    Choose a date and time for your appointment in Canary Wharf.
  • Sample Collection
    We will collect a blood sample which should take 5-10 minutes. Your sample will be analysed in clinic. 
  • Receive Your Results
    We will analyse your sample and send you your results via email within 4 hours. These results will tell you if neutralising antibodies were present or not present in your sample. The result also gives a quantitative measure of antibodies , i.e. “how many”, not simply whether there are antibodies or not. 

In-Clinic Appointment

£39

What are neutralising antibodies?

Neutralising antibodies are responsible for defending cells from pathogens. They are produced naturally by the body as part of its immune response. Their production is triggered by both infections and vaccinations.

Neutralising antibodies can result in lifelong immunity to certain infections. These antibodies are made in the bone marrow, specifically by B-cells. They begin to produce antibodies that will bind to specific antigens of the virus, allowing the antibodies to work hard to stop a pathogen from infecting the body.

These tests are designed to help determine if a patient is vulnerable, while also providing the knowledge if immunity is well developed for infections. Being aware of the benefits of neutralising antibodies can provide both peace of mind as well as an understanding as to how well you are protected from a vaccination, particularly important where a vaccination does not provide lifelong protection from a given virus.

What do my Neutralising Antibodies results mean?

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0-100

There are currently no neutralising antibodies, the patient is potentially at risk.

100-500

There are low number of neutralising antibodies present. The patient may experience rough side effect from covid depending on the immunity response.

500-1000

There is a stable number of neutralising antibodies present.

1000-1500

The patient has an excellent number of neutralising antibodies. This indicates the patient may have been vaccinated.

1500-2000

The patient has an excellent number of antibodies, and the patient is immune and has been vaccinated.

2000-2500

The patient is fully vaccinated or potentially, infected and has reccently developed neutralising antibodies.

2500-3000

The patient is fully vaccinated, has certainly developed neutralising antibodies and or has recently been infected.

Neutralising Antibodies FAQs

Neutralising Antibodies are responsible for defending cells from pathogens. They are produced naturally by the body as part of its immune response. Their production is triggered by infections and vaccinations.

Neutralising antibodies are made in the bone marrow, specifically by B-cells, and can result in lifelong immunity to certain infections. They begin to produce antibodies that will bind to specific antigens of the virus, allowing the antibodies to work hard to stop a pathogen from infecting the body.

A Neutralising Antibody test is designed to help determine if a patient is vulnerable. It informs you of how well your immunity has developed to fight certain infections. This can provide peace of mind for those who need it.

We will collect a blood sample in clinic.

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