Despite increases in vaccination coverage, reductions in influenza-related mortality have not been observed. Better vaccines are therefore required and influenza challenge studies can be used to test the efficacy of new vaccines. However, this requires the accurate post-challenge classification of subjects by outcome, which is limited in current methods that use artificial thresholds to assign 'symptomatic' and 'asymptomatic' phenotypes. We present data from an influenza challenge study in wh...Expand abstract
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Transcriptomic profiling facilitates classification of response to influenza challenge.
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