Duration of antibody responses after severe acute respiratory syndrome

Emerging Infectious Diseases
Li-Ping WuGuo-Dong Liang


Among 176 patients who had had severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), SARS-specific antibodies were maintained for an average of 2 years, and significant reduction of immunoglobulin G-positive percentage and titers occurred in the third year. Thus, SARS patients might be susceptible to reinfection >or=3 years after initial exposure.


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