Diagnosis of AIDS in the laboratory is based on testing of serum or plasma specimens. HIV infection has a window period from the time of infection until a change in the diagnosis of AIDS test. Diagnosis of AIDS HIV antibody tests, RNA tests, a combination test that detects both antibodies and virus called the p24 protein are the commonly used for AIDS diagnosis. HIV infected individuals are extremely irresistible, and HIV is available in vast amounts in blood, semen, and vaginal liquids. More extreme HIV side effects, for example, significant and unexplained exhaustion, quick weight reduction, continuous fevers, or bountiful night sweats. More after HIV first enters the body in grown-ups, or inside of two years in youngsters conceived with HIV contamination.
Related journals of Diagnosis of AIDS
Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research, Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals, Journal of Infectious Diseases & Therapy, Virology & Mycology, Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research, Clinical Infectious Diseases, Journal of American Medical Assosciation, Journal of HIV and AIDS