Generating humoral immune memory following infection or vaccination
The production of long-lived, high-affinity antibodies forms the basis of many successful vaccination strategies. Although much is known of the proteins and pathways of the immune system that lead to the production of these antibodies, there are also many processes that remain unexplained or poorly explained. Some vaccines and infections lead to life-long protection while others elicit poor immune responses. Understanding the processes that lead to effective antibody production will allow us to...[Show more]
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