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Maternal antibody interference, immunisation schedules, and protective antibody levels in infants

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Vaccination programmes have been a cornerstone of public health policy globally for many decades. Infant immunisation programmes prevent millions of infections worldwide each year. In many cases infection is not just prevented in the immunised infants, but also in the wider population through the induction of herd effects.

Whilst the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of infant immunisation programmes is well-established, the design of such programmes varies greatly from country to cou...

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DRF-2015-08-048
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