Will it work? Quick test can predict immune response to flu shots

July 11, 2011 at 10:13 am Leave a comment

Emory Vaccine Center researchers have developed a way to predict whether a person will produce high levels of antibodies against the flu just a few days after the vaccination.  According to lead researcher Bali Pulendran, PhD, the ability to predict who will develop sufficient levels of protective antibodies and identify non-responders quickly would be of great value from a public health perspective.

The Emory Vaccine Center is a Georgia Research Alliance Center of Research Excellence and is led by GRA Eminent Scholar Rafi Ahmed.   Read more>

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