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|Dengue IgG antibodies||The dengue IgG antibodies appear after a week of the infection but remain positive for several years. A four-fold increase in the IgG levels between the first week of infection and after the fifteenth day indicate a recent infection.|
|Dengue IgM antibodies||The dengue IgM antibodies are usually positive around a week after the dengue infection, increase to a maximum at 2 to 4 weeks and are usually undetectable after 3 months.|
|Dengue IgM/IgG antibodies ratio||The ratio between the dengue IgM and IgG antibodies helps to determine if the dengue infection has occurred for the first time or if the infection is a repeat one.|
|Dengue NS1 antigen||The dengue NS1 antigen test detects the presence of dengue in the initial week of the infection. However, it does not specify the variant responsible for the infection.|
|Dengue Viral RNA Detection Test (RT-PCR)||The dengue viral RNA detection test (RT-PCR) is a highly sensitive and specific test used to diagnose dengue in the first few days of the infection.|
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