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HTA - 10/111/01

A 1-year follow-on study from a randomised, head-to-head, multicentre, open-label study of two pandemic influenza vaccines in children

Project title: A 1-year follow-on study from a randomised, head-to-head, multicentre, open-label study of two pandemic influenza vaccines in children

Call to action: 10/111 Head-to-head comparison of two H1N1 swine influenza vaccines in children aged 6 months to 12 years - an extension study

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Andrew PollardORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-7361-719X

Lead Author: Mr Philip de Whalley

Contractor: University of Oxford

Cost: £350,626.00

Co-investigators: Dr Matthew Snape, Dr Richard Tomlinson, Professor Adam Finn, Professor Elizabeth Miller, Professor Paul Heath, Professor Saul Faust.

Started: November 2010 | Status: Published January 2012

One year after immunisation, children receiving two doses of the routinely recommended, adjuvanted pandemic influenza vaccine had higher antibody levels than those receiving the alternative, egg-free vaccine; both groups produced a marked serological response to the H1N1 component of the 2010/11 seasonal influenza vaccine.

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