Response of Anamnestic IgA-Producing Cells in the Mouse Gut After Repeated Intragastric Immunization
Orally administered vaccines induce long lasting cellular immunity as well as local antibodies (primarily secretory IgA). It has been established that restimulation of the digestive tract, within weeks or months after the first exposure, does not elicit an anamnestic IgA immune response (1,2).
KeywordsOral Immunization Local Antibody Dilution Titer Booster Administration Circulate Antibody Level
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