Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2019 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Improved Specificity and False Discovery Rates for Multiplex Analysis of Changes in Strain-Specific Anti-Influenza IgG

Figure 2

Study design of the prospective clinical trial of H5 influenza vaccination (DMID 08–0059) with an intramuscular inactivated A/Indonesia/5/05 (A/Ind05) H5 influenza vaccine. The inactivated A/Indonesia/5/05 (A/Ind05) intramuscular influenza vaccine was used to vaccinate all subjects in the three cohorts. The inactivated subvirion influenza A/Vietnam/1203/04 (A/Vie04) vaccine in 2005-2006 was used to vaccinate the primed and the multiple boost groups. The baculovirus expressed recombinant influenza A/Hong Kong/156/97 vaccine (A/HK97) in 1997-1998 was also used to vaccinate the multiple primed group. The unprimed group was vaccinated the A/Ind05 vaccine and a second booster vaccine at 28 days. Blood samples were collected as shown in the orange blocks: before vaccination (Day 0) and on days 7, 14, 28, 56, and 180 after vaccination. For the unprimed group, blood samples were collected before vaccination (Day 0) and on days 7, 14, and 28 before boosting on day 28 and then on days 7 (Day 35), 14 (Day 42), 28 (Day 56), and 180 (Day 208) after boosting.

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