Human Typhi exposure generates differential multifunctional cross-reactive T-cell memory responses against Paratyphi and invasive nontyphoidal .
AuthorRapaka, Rekha R
Booth, Jayaum S
Darton, Thomas C
Waddington, Claire S
Levine, Myron M
Pollard, Andrew J
Sztein, Marcelo B
JournalClinical & translational immunology
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AbstractThere are no vaccines for most of the major invasive Salmonella strains causing severe infection in humans. We evaluated the specificity of adaptive T memory cell responses generated after Salmonella Typhi exposure in humans against other major invasive Salmonella strains sharing capacity for dissemination.
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