Surveillance Study of Influenza Occurrence and Immunity in a Wisconsin Cohort During the 2009 Pandemic

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BACKGROUND Antibody and T-cell immunity to conserved influenza virus antigens can protect animals against infection with diverse influenza strains. Although immunity against conserved antigens occurs in humans, whether such responses provide cross-protection in humans and could be harnessed as the basis for universal influenza vaccines is controversial. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ofid/ofx023

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@inproceedings{Lo2017SurveillanceSO, title={Surveillance Study of Influenza Occurrence and Immunity in a Wisconsin Cohort During the 2009 Pandemic}, author={Chia-Yun Lo and Susan L. Strobl and Kimberly Dunham and Wei Wang and Lucy Stewart and Julia A. Misplon and Mayra Garc{\'i}a and Jin Gao and Tatsuhiko Ozawa and Graeme E. Price and Jose F Navidad and Steve Gradus and Sanjib Bhattacharyya and C{\'e}cile Viboud and Maryna C Eichelberger and Carol Weiss and Jack Gorski and Suzanne L. Epstein}, booktitle={Open forum infectious diseases}, year={2017} }