Rubella IgG

Brief Description

The Liaison XL Rubella IgG uses chemiluminescent immunoassay (CLIA) technology on the Liaison XL analyzer family for the qualitative determination of IgG antibodies to rubella virus in human serum specimens. 

Laboratory Unit

  • Immunology GPHL 
  • Serology WPHL 


Chemiluminescence Immunoassay (CLIA) 

Specimen Collection


Collect in gold top SST tube, centrifuge.  

Collect in tiger top SST tube, centrifuge. 


Serum separated from the clot can be maintained at ambient temperature (2-30°C) during transit for no more than three days after collection.   

Serum separated from the clot should be dispensed in aliquots, stored frozen (-20°C or colder) and shipped with dry ice. 

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 
  • Specimen damaged, broken, or leaking upon arrival 
  • Specimen grossly hemolyzed, lipemic, turbid, or contaminated  
  • Plasma Samples  
  • Specimen over 7 days old  

Interfering Substances

Lipemic, Hemolyzed, Icteric, Microbial growth, or contaminated specimens 

Result Reported

5-7 business days


Fee schedule

LOINC/Order Codes

25514-1 (Order code: W15100, 15100)