TBH there are not a lot of human antibody tests that are generally used; I think measles / mumps / rubella may be one, HIV was also a common one at the time. My field is Blood Bank where antibodies produced eg in response to a blood transfusion or pregnancy where there is exposure to a foreign antigen usually last decades despite the initial foreign red blood cells having disappeared from circulation within 120 days
Not many people produce red cell antibodies (about 6%) though and the likelihood increases with repeat transfusions / pregnancies. Foreign red cells are "tagged" with the antibody which along with the complement system removes them from circulation via the spleen. Not the same mechanism as a virus which is probably not going to give 2 hoots if it has some immunoglobulin molecules attached to it (which might not be).