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Getting COVID Infection After Vaccination Results in Strong Antibody Response, Shows a New Study

Photo by  Edward Jenner  from  Pexels When compared to the ancestral pandemic coronavirus, the Delta and Omicron coronavirus variants have increased transmissibility and immune evasion even in non-immunologically naive people. When otherwise healthy people who have been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 get the virus, they usually do not have severe symptoms.  The researchers sought to explore how getting the virus after being vaccinated affects neutralising antibodies and how long and wide these responses are. The researchers discovered that whether a person has had one, two, three, or four exposures to the spike protein through infection, vaccination, or a combination of the two, the degree of antibody response varies. The strength, durability, and breadth of neutralizing antibody responses produced by breakthrough infections in people who had been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 were investigated in recent research. The project was led by Alexandra Walls and David Veesler in the Depart

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