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Booster Is Best in the Same Limb as Initial Vaccine: Mouse Study
Compared to mice who got the doses in separate limbs, animals receiving flu shots in the same paw for both a first and second dose had better-trained memory B cells that bound tighter to the vaccine antigen.
Booster Is Best in the Same Limb as Initial Vaccine: Mouse Study
Booster Is Best in the Same Limb as Initial Vaccine: Mouse Study

Compared to mice who got the doses in separate limbs, animals receiving flu shots in the same paw for both a first and second dose had better-trained memory B cells that bound tighter to the vaccine antigen.

Compared to mice who got the doses in separate limbs, animals receiving flu shots in the same paw for both a first and second dose had better-trained memory B cells that bound tighter to the vaccine antigen.

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