Memory T cells specific for HBV enumerated by a peptide-based cultured enzyme-linked immunospot assay in healthy HBV-vaccinated subjects.


Hepatitis B vaccine is the most effective strategy to control hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection and disease. It is considered that an anti-HBs (antibodies against HBV surface antigen) titer >10 mIU/ml, measured shortly after a complete vaccination schedule, provides protection against infection. Approximately 4-10% of healthy individuals fail to respond to… (More)


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