T-SPOT® COVID Test
First commercial test to identify T cell immune response to Covid-19. The T-SPOT® COVID Test can help you find out if you've been exposed to Covid-19 and produced an immune response.Buy £169.00Clinics
Why take this test?
A new way to test COVID-19 immune response
This test is a good complement to antibody testing to get a more comprehensive picture of your immune response after a COVID infection. The antibody test assesses the B-cell response, while the T-Spot® COVID test assesses the T-cell response.
Knowledge is health
Learn more about what’s going on inside your body and follow your progress over time. Your results are delivered together with a personalised medical interpretation by one of our doctors.
No hidden costs
Everything from the in-clinic blood draw and tracked shipment of samples to the lab, through to delivery of the results and medical report is included in the price.
This test is performed as an in-clinic blood draw by a trained health professional and the samples are analysed by UKAS accredited labs.
Markers included in the analysis.
T cells are part of our adaptive immune system and play a big role in immune regulation, viral recognition and viral destruction. T cells can either kill the virus themselves (cytotoxic T-cells) or interact with B cells (helper T cells) to enable them to produce antibodies against the virus. The T-Spot® COVID test is a CE-marked venous blood test that looks for an immune response from T-cells to COVID-19. It determines whether the T cells are sensitised to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. T cell sensitisation can be caused by either previous exposure or vaccination against COVID-19. The T-Spot® COVID test should be undertaken at least 14 days after symptom onset or vaccination. If current COVID infection is suspected, you should do a PCR swab test. The test should only be taken on weekdays (Monday-Friday).
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How Melio works
Melio offers a premium health testing experience throughout the UK. A trained health professional at one of our partner clinics will perform the blood draw, and send the sample to one of our UKAS accredited labs. Results are delivered digitally in your personal Melio account together with a personalised medical report.
Buy your test
Register with Melio and book your appointment.
Take your test
Visit the clinic and take your professional blood test.
Get your results
Receive your digital report with recommendations from a Melio doctor.
COVID-19 / Immune System
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Meet our customers
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