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Immunogenicity of routine vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus, and Haemophilus influenzae type b in Asian infants born in the United Kingdom
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    Interpreting immunogenicity data in UK studies

    Dear Editor,

    It has become increasingly clear that interaction between vaccines is an important consideration for immunogenicity studies. Only full information on all vaccines used in a particular population will allow correct interpretation of immunogenicity data.[1] This is particularly important where comparison is made to historical controls in a rapidly changing schedule such as that used in the UK, or where...

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