Hello, this is only a guess (I am new to all of this and please wait for others to answer your question. some people with better understanding will be able to give you more accurate answers) In the meantime, according to these results, it seems like you had prior Hepatitis B but it cleared... HBsAg is nonreactive. let's see what other members say...
nikita's right.you had hbv and cleared it a very long time ago, both hbcab and hbeab can be lost, make hbvdna pcr for 100% security for hbsag mutants since only abbott architect and siemens can detect hbsag mutants
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