booster response


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booster response

[′büs·tər ri′späns]
(immunology)
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(10) This combination vaccine has been evaluated in several other clinical studies.6 To obtain long-lasting immunity, booster doses are required, and our observed strong booster responses indicate long-lasting protection.
The vaccine triggered high levels of antibodies in 90% of participants who were not previously vaccinated and produced an effective booster response in 60% of those who were previously inoculated.
The 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPV23) has been shown to provide excellent booster response in healthy children to the seven serotypes found in both the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7) and in PPV23.
The data show that the immune response to Kinrix, was comparable to the response of separately administered DTaP and IPV vaccines with respect to DTaP antigen booster response rates and poliovirus antibody geometric mean titer (GMT) ratios.