Oct 5, 2003
Do B cells make antibodies for proteins introduced by vaccination? (ie., Hep A or B vaccinations). Are these the same cells that generate antibody response to HIV or HepC? Are the mechanics of their operation fundamentally the same whether vaccination or infection provokes their response?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Yes, yes, and yes.
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