Covid-19 T-Cell immunity response

As the only test- and blood collection site in Europe, we are able to offer you clinical advise, guidance and further analysis on Covid-19 T-cell immunity response. 

Covid-19 T-cell immune response is important
  • for the investigation of long-term symptoms (Long Covid)
  • to differentiate between immunity due to vaccination and natural infection
  • to detect immune response in vaccinated individuals with low antibody response
  • to detect past infection in patients with missing antibody titers
  • to detect past infection in patients with immunodeficiencies or under immunosuppressive treatment
Latest research indicates that patients under immunosuppresive treatments with glucocoricoids (e.g. cortison, prednison) risk an up to 10-fold reduction in antibody titers following SARS-CoV-2 vaccination.

"patients treated with immunosuppressive therapies exhibit impaired SARS-CoV-2 vaccine-induced immunity, with glucocorticoids and B cell depletion therapy more severely impeding optimal responses" 
(Deepak p et al. Glucocorticoids and B Cell Depleting Agents Substantially Impair Immunogenicity of mRNA Vaccines to SARS-CoV-2. medRxiv 2021.04.05.21254656)