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Fig. 3 | Immunity & Ageing

Fig. 3

From: Immunogenicity and safety of a respiratory syncytial virus fusion protein (RSV F) nanoparticle vaccine in older adults

Fig. 3

Antibody responses to the antigenic Site II epitope of the RSV F protein. Antibody response kinetics based on PCA (μg/mL with 95% CIs, a) and Site II Peptide (GMT with 95% CIs, c) ELISAs in active vaccine and placebo recipients co-administered TIV. Scatter plots (b) of anti-F IgG EU versus PCA concentration on pre-immune sera (baseline, day 0) from all groups and on day 28 sera from placebo recipients (squares, both figures) and pooled unadjuvanted (triangles, top figure) or adjuvanted (triangles, bottom figure) RSV F vaccine recipients. The hatched blue line denotes the perfect concordance, while the solid red line denotes the observed concordance. Surface plasmon resonance with antigenic Site II peptide (d) using days 0 and 56 sera obtained from unadjuvanted or aluminum phosphate adjuvanted, 90 μg RSV F vaccine recipients, or placebo recipients (N = 15 subjects per group); or using a palivizumab control (n = 8 replicates). All data points in the entire group were used to calculate the geometric mean koff

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