AstraZeneca vaccine immune
response higher with longer gap,
AstraZeneca vaccine immune response higher with longer gap, third dose on Business Standard. Leaving a
gap of as long as 10 months between the first and second doses increased level of protective antibodies, says
Oxford University research.
International News According to a study, immune responses to the
AstraZeneca Plc Covid-19 vaccine improve with a longer gap of up to
45 weeks between doses, with a third shot able to boost antibody levels
According to research from the University of Oxford published
Monday, leaving a gap of as long as 10 months between the first and
second doses increased the level of protective antibodies, according to
research from the University of Oxford published Monday.
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The researchers were also able to show for the first time that a booster
dose induced a strong response and increased activity against variants.
Vaccine supply shortages in many countries have raised concerns about
the impact of extending the time between doses on the level of
protection, particularly as new variants emerge. Most nations have
recommended a gap of four to 12 weeks between Astra shots...Read
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