Covid Antibody Test London

In clinic Covid antibody tests from £120

Available at two central London clinic locations

A Covid Antibody Test tells you if you have been exposed to Covid-19 in the recent past and if you have some level of immunity (antibodies) to coronavirus in your blood stream. We also now offer a covid antibody test that tells you your level of immunity before and after vaccination.

The antibody test is a blood test that is normal blood test taken from your arm. The test dose not take more than a couple of minutes.The sample is then immediately sent to our partner laboratory for analysis. Results are available within 24 hours and sent to you by email.

Our antibody testing options have been evaluated by Public Health England (PHE) as suitable for detecting the production of Covid-19 antibodies and CE marked.

For our extensive list of covid antibody test options please see the table below.

Covid Antibody Test Options

Abbott Anti-SARS-CoV-2 (IgG)

£120

  • Assay Type: Electrochemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA)

  • Reporting format: Qualitative

  • Reporting ranges:  Positive / Negative

  • Antigen used: Nucleocapsid

  • Analyte target: SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies (IgG)

  • Sensitivity & Specificity: 99.1% & 100%

  • Full blood sample taken in clinic by GP.

  • Results within 24 hours.

Roche Elecsys Anti-SARS-CoV-2 (Total Antibody)

£120

Assay Type: Electrochemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA)

Reporting format: Qualitative

Reporting ranges:  Positive / Negative

Antigen used: Nucleocapsid

Analyte target: SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies (IgG/IgM) Total Antibody

Sensitivity & Specificity: 97.4% & 100%

Full blood sample taken in clinic by GP.

Results within 24 hours.

Roche Elecsys Anti-SARS-CoV-2 S (SPIKE)

£250

  • Assay Type: Electrochemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA)

  • Reporting format: QUATITATIVE

  • Reporting ranges:  Positive with value reported in U/ml / Negative

  • Antigen used: Receptor binding domain (RBD) of Spike antigen

  • Analyte target: SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies

  • Sensitivity & Specificity: 99.98% & 98.8%

  • Full blood sample taken in clinic by GP.

  • Results within 24 hours.

When do Covid Antibodies levels develop and what does this test tell me?

You will see from the above graph produced by Roche Diagnostics that antibody levels can go up from anytime after the first week after infection.

IgM and IgG levels are both different type of antibody and hence go up and down after infection at different rates. The IgM level usually starts to subside within 3-5 weeks of infection but an IgG level can remain elevated for many months following infection.

The SPIKE protein antibody level allows us now to assess the immune response following vaccination and we are able to also track your antibody levels following the first dose of vaccine, second dose of vaccine and beyond this. We recommend not doing the SPIKE antibody level until at least 2 weeks after you have been vaccinated in order to get the best idea of how strong your antibody response has been to the vaccine. 

If you have any more specific questions on which antibody test is the right one for you please do not hesitate to call us on 0203 488 4415 or email care@one5.health and we will reply back to you with some guidance. 

Clinic Locations

One5 Health City

30 Moorgate London EC2R 6PJ

+ 44 (0) 203 488 4415

care@one5.health

One5 Health Marylebone

83 Baker Street London W1U 6AG

+ 44 (0) 203 488 4415

care@one5.health

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