vaccine antibody response
Apr 7, 2013
what is vaccine antibody response?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
This usually means antibodies (or special proteins that the body makes) that are detected in the blood after someone is given a vaccine to protect them against a particular infection such as influenza or hepatitis b virus.
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