Vaccine-induced antibody responses as parameters of the influence of endogenous and environmental factors.

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In laboratory animals, an adequate way to assess effects of environmental exposures on the immune system is to study effects on antigen-specific immune responses, such as after sensitization to T-cell-dependent antigens. This probably also applies to testing effects in the human population. It has thus been suggested that antibody responses to vaccination… (More)

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@article{Loveren2001VaccineinducedAR, title={Vaccine-induced antibody responses as parameters of the influence of endogenous and environmental factors.}, author={Henk van Loveren and Jan G. C. van Amsterdam and Rob J. Vandebriel and Tjeerd G. Kimman and Hans C R{\"{u}mke and P S Steerenberg and Joseph G. Vos}, journal={Environmental Health Perspectives}, year={2001}, volume={109}, pages={757 - 764} }