Expected infant seropositivity rates reached 80% vs 55% following second- vs third-trimester immunization (modified odds ratio, 3

Expected infant seropositivity rates reached 80% vs 55% following second- vs third-trimester immunization (modified odds ratio, 3.7 [95% CI, 2.1C6.5], .001). ESR120G, Virion-Serion) settings. graduate studies]; 0 if unfamiliar) as explained elsewhere [24]. Neonatal characteristics included birth excess weight KRAS2

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2010. showed that samples from Indian women caused larger reductions in vaccine titers, corresponding to their neutralizing activity levels (19). Further, the breast milk samples from Indian women had the highest rotavirus-specific IgA titers among samples from women from India