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associations between demographic variables and multiple measles-specific innate and cell-mediated immune responses after measles vaccination.abstract measles remains a public health concern due to a lack of vaccine use and vaccine failure. a better understanding of the factors that influence variations in immune responses, including innate/inflammatory and adaptive cellular immune responses, following measles-mumps-rubella (mmr) vaccination could increase our knowledge of measles vaccine-induced immunity and potentially lead to better vaccines. measles-specific innate/inflammatory and adaptive cell-mediated immune (cmi) responses w ...201222239234
Genetic polymorphisms in host antiviral genes: associations with humoral and cellular immunity to measles vaccine.Host antiviral genes are important regulators of antiviral immunity and plausible genetic determinants of immune response heterogeneity after vaccination. We genotyped and analyzed 307 common candidate tagSNPs from 12 antiviral genes in a cohort of 745 schoolchildren immunized with two doses of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine. Associations between SNPs/haplotypes and measles virus-specific immune outcomes were assessed using linear regression methodologies in Caucasians and African-Americans ...201121939710
association of parental vaccination reports with measles, mumps, and rubella protective antibody levels: comparison of somali immigrant, hispanic migrant, and us children in rochester, compare measles, mumps, and rubella antibody levels in somali immigrant, hispanic migrant, and us children in rochester, minn, and to determine whether parental vaccination reports predict seropositivity.200211888027
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