HBsAg-hepatitis B surface antigen is a marker of infection, and does not reflect the presence or absence of replication, replication, and infectiousness.
HBsAb-hepatitis B surface antibodyis a neutralizing antibody marker and is a major marker of recovery or resistance. Hepatitis B vaccine recipients, if only this one is positive, should be regarded as normal after hepatitis B vaccination.
HBeAg-Hepatitis B e antigen is a viral replication marker. Sustained positive for more than 3 months, there is a tendency to chronic.
The HBeAb-Hepatitis B e antibody is a viral replication stop marker. Reduced viral replication and less contagious, but not completely contagious.
HBcAb-Hepatitis B core antibody is a marker that can be seen in people who have been infected or are infected. The core antibody IGM is a newly infected or viral replication marker. The core antibody IgG is produced after infection and has a certain significance for assisting two pairs of tests.