anamnestic response

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Noun1.anamnestic response - renewed rapid production of an antibody on the second (or subsequent) encounter with the same antigen
immune reaction, immune response, immunologic response - a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen
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Booster vaccination at day 360 resulted in a detectable anamnestic response in all groups as demonstrated by 83% of animals harboring VN titers [greater than or equal to] 0.5UI/mL at day 390.
These recommendations are based on a combination of research indicating rapid and robust anamnestic response to booster doses of rabies vaccine, observational evidence of rabies incubation periods in exposed dogs and cats, and expert opinion.
Furthermore, an anamnestic response may develop during an acute febrile illness, such as malaria, in people with past Salmonella infection or history of vaccination against Salmonella [1].
Leffell, "Rituximab prevents an anamnestic response in patients with cryptic sensitization to HLA," Transplantation, vol.
Although acute-phase serum from the patients reported here was almost always collected at the time of admission and those who had symptoms >7 days before admission were excluded from enrollment, for some, a rapid, anamnestic response could have developed before admission.
Significance and anamnestic response in isolated hepatitis B core antibody-positive individuals 18 years after neonatal hepatitis B virus vaccination in Taiwan.
Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization II: Effect of glucose, glucosamine, N-acetylaminosugars and gelatin on the ability of beta-glucuronidase to block the anamnestic response to antigen in mice.
Long-term anti-HBs antibody persistence following infant vaccination against hepatitis B and evaluation of anamnestic response: a 20-year follow-up study in Thailand.