Dengue IgM 

Brief Description

The DENV Detect IgM Capture ELISA is for the qualitative detection of IgM antibodies to DENV recombinant antigens (DENRA) in serum for the presumptive clinical laboratory diagnosis of Dengue virus infection.

Laboratory Unit




Specimen Collection


Gold top SST tube, centrifuge*

Tiger top SST tube, centrifuge*

*Allow blood to clot at 20-25°C for 30 to 60 minutes prior to centrifuging.


Store serum at 20-25°C for up to eight hours after collection.   

Serum separated from the clot can be maintained at refrigerated temperature (2-8°C) during transit for no more than 48 hours after collection. 

Serum separated from the clot can be aliquoted, stored frozen (-20°C or colder) and shipped with dry ice.

FRM-QA 4 Refrigeration Outfit Guide

Acceptable Specimen Type(s)


Test Request

Possible Results

  • Positive 
  • Negative 
  • Equivocal 
  • Unsatisfactory 

Reference Range


Unacceptable Conditions

  • Missing testing requisition  
  • Missing minimum of 2 patient identifiers 
  • Improper labeling 
  • Improper storage/transport of specimen 
  • No specimen received (empty collection tube). 
  • Wrong specimen type  
  • Grossly hemolyzed or lipemic samples 
  • Samples containing particulate matter  
  • Samples exhibiting obvious microbial contamination 

Interfering Substances


Result Reported

5-7 business days

Turnaround times may be affected by the scale of the event


Fee schedule 

LOINC/Order Codes

31704-0 (Order code: 1585)