In phase 2b clinical trial work, FLU-v met its goal of boosting T-cell immune response at 42 days and 180 days after vaccination. The infection rate came down by meeting a secondary endpoint of boosting antibodies in vaccinated patients. Thus, this single adjuvant dose is considered as the "most immunological and efficient."
According to a new study from scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), the common practice of growing influenza vaccine components in chicken eggs disrupts the major antibody target site on the virus surface, rendering the flu vaccine less effective in humans.
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