Human Antibody Responses to Avian Influenza A(H7N9) Virus, 2013
, Xi Zhang1
, Lili Ren1
, Xuelian Yu1
, Lijuan Chen1
, Hongli Zhou, Xin Gao, Zheng Teng, Jianguo Li, Jiayu Hu, Chao Wu, Xia Xiao, Yiyi Zhu, Quanyi Wang, Xinghuo Pang, Qi Jin2
, Fan Wu2
, and Jianwei Wang2
Author affiliations: MOH Key Laboratory of Systems Biology of Pathogens, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (L. Guo, L. Ren, J. Li, Q. Jin, J. Wang); Institute of Pathogen Biology, Beijing (L. Guo, L. Ren, H. Zhou, X. Gao, J. Li, C. Wu, X. Xiao, Q. Jin, J. Wang); Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China (X. Zhang, X. Yu, Z. Teng, J. Hu, Y. Zhu, F. Wu); Beijing Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (L. Chen, Q. Wang, X. Pang)
Figure 3. Association between antibody responses against H7 and seasonal subtypes in patients infected with influenza A(H7N9) virus, ChinaA) Levels of IgG against H1 and H3 in serum samples after symptom onsetIgG in samples taken at acute-phase (≤7 days), convalescent-phase (17–37days,) and 102–125 days after symptom onset were titrated by ELISA with recombinant H1 and H3 hemagglutinin antigens, respectivelyIgG titers were transformed to log10Bars indicate SEB and C) Correlation between IgG against H3 (B) and H1 (C) in acute-phase serum and against H7 in convalescent-phase serum**p<0.01.
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