Heterosubtypic immunity

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"Heterosubtypic immunity (HSI) is defined as cross-protection to infection with an influenza A virus serotype other than the one used for primary infection." [1] In layman's terms: an 'infection with "seasonal" influenza A viruses could induce immunity against unrelated sub-strains.'[2]

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