CSF stands for cerebrospinal fluid. It is transparent, non-colored fluid that is found within your spinal cord and brain. The spinal cord and the brain are the central nerve system. The central nervous system regulates and coordinates your actions such as muscle movement, organ function, even planning and thinking.

Antibodies are the proteins created in the immune system in order to fight bacteria, viruses, as well as other harmful substances. The CSF IgG index determines the amount of IgG in the cerebrospinal fluid. The presence of high levels of IgG can indicate you have an auto-immune disorder. You can learn more about a GM-CSF/CSF2 antibody online.

A condition known as an autoimmune disorder can cause the body's immune body to target healthy tissues, cells or organs in error. These diseases can cause serious health issues. An CSF IgG index is used to determine conditions that affect the nervous system's central. It is commonly used to aid in diagnosing MS. MS is an auto-immune disorder that is a problem for your central nervous system. 

A lot of people suffering from MS suffer from disabling symptoms, such as extreme weakening, fatigue, trouble walking, and problems with vision. A majority of MS sufferers have more than normal levels of IgG. Specific antibody synthesis in the brain can be identified with maximum accuracy.

The Antibody Index (AI = Qspec/QIgG) distinguishes between a blood-derived and pathological brain-derived specific antibody fraction within CSF and also takes into consideration the individual variations in the CSF and blood barrier function. For the local production of polyclonal IgG within CNS.