Understanding
Your Results

Retrieving and Interpreting Results from a
Quantimmune™ COVID-19 IgG Antibody Test

Accessing Your Test Results

OVerview

Once your test has finished running, your results are posted to the Brevitest Cloud and are available for your review. 

Simply go to our results website, https://brevitest-results.com, and you can retrieve your results, compare your immune system status to others, share your results with family and friends, and schedule an appointment – whether a follow-up for you or a new test for a friend or family member.

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Results

Your results will look similar to one these screens. Don’t forget to click on “How Do I Compare” to see how your score stacks up against others

High

Your antibody concentration is above a level called VE50. This is the antibody concentration is correlated with at least a 50% reduction in your risk of COVID-19 infection. Many people choose to defer vaccination or boosters while their antibodies are high, but check with your physician or health care professional.

Low

You have a detectable level of antibodies, but your antibody concentration is below a level called VE50. This is the antibody concentration is correlated with at least a 50% reduction in your risk of COVID-19 infection. Most people choose to get a vaccination or booster when their antibodies are low, but check with your doctor.

None Detected

You do not have a detectable level of antibodies. The vast majority of people who have no detectable antibodies have never been infected with or vaccinate against COVID-19. However, some people with immune deficiencies fail to generate an antibody response after an infection or vaccination, or will fall below detectable levels weeks or months later. Check with your doctor about best next steps.

Result Variations

High, Above the Quantifiable Range

Your antibody concentration is very high, above the range at which we can give you a numerical result with precision. Most people will defer vaccination or getting a booster when at this level, but we encourage you to check with your physician.

Low, Below the Quantifiable Range

You have a detectable level of antibodies, but your antibody concentration is below the level at which we can give you a numerical result with precision. (You also below VE50, as described above.) Most people choose to get a vaccination or booster when their antibodies are low, but check with your doctor.