How long does it take to get antibody titers?

Depends on the lab. If you get lucky and have your blood drawn on the day that the batched blood draws are run you could get your results back in 24-48 hours. Always assume one week in the worst case scenario.

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How long should it take to get the results of antibody titers?

How long. It depends on what test you are wiating for. Most take just a few days but if sent off to the state or a reference lab, it could take longer. Read more...

Where to get rabies antibody titer?

Rabies. An antibody titer against the rabies virus can be sent by your physician after immunization. This is not generally done with the current vaccine but was done in the days when we used the duck embryo-based vaccine. Read more...