Scientists Model Immune Variation and Responses to Flu Vaccination

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    The frequency of a few cell populations (colored circles, left) present before vaccination may be used to predict the level of antibodies (green, right) made after vaccination. Some people (red, top) respond much better to vaccination compared to other people (blue, bottom). Scientists are trying to understand what determines these differences. Credit: NIH

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