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Lineage structure of the human antibody repertoire in response to influenza vaccination

Science Translational Medicine

Feb 8, 2013

Ning JiangStephen R Quake

Abstract

The human antibody repertoire is one of the most important defenses against infectious disease, and the development of vaccines has enabled the conferral of targeted protection to specific pathogens. However, there are many challenges to measuring and analyzing the immunoglobulin sequen...read more

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Immune System
Antibodies, Viral
Immunoglobulin Activity
Vaccines
Influenza virus vaccine
SLC3A2 gene
Influenza
Senility
Immunoglobulin Isotypes
Immunoglobulins
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Lineage structure of the human antibody repertoire in response to influenza vaccination

Science Translational Medicine

Feb 8, 2013

Ning JiangStephen R Quake

PMID: 23390249

DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3004794

Abstract

The human antibody repertoire is one of the most important defenses against infectious disease, and the development of vaccines has enabled the conferral of targeted protection to specific pathogens. However, there are many challenges to measuring and analyzing the immunoglobulin sequen...read more

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Immune System
Antibodies, Viral
Immunoglobulin Activity
Vaccines
Influenza virus vaccine
SLC3A2 gene
Influenza
Senility
Immunoglobulin Isotypes
Immunoglobulins
34
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