Published in Vaccine Weekly, August 21st, 2002
M.B. Isa and colleagues working in Argentina analyzed blood samples from 258 people to determine the prevalence of different immunoglobin G (IgG) subtypes that targeted measles antigens. Subjects either displayed natural immunity against the disease or had received a measles vaccination.
The investigators divided the subjects into one of four groups. Group 1 consisted of 54 children who were...
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