Neutralizing Antibodies in Human Serum after Influenza A

@article{Horsfall1941NeutralizingAI,
  title={Neutralizing Antibodies in Human Serum after Influenza A},
  author={Frank L. Horsfall and Elsmere R. Rickard},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1941},
  volume={74},
  pages={433 - 439}
}
The increased concentrations of neutralizing antibodies against influenza A virus in human serum which occur after influenza A do not differentiate between antigenically different strains of this virus or swine influenza virus but instead appear to possess equal reactivity against these agents. The decrease in antibody levels which occurs with time is also independent of the strain of virus used to measure it.