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From: Molecular and serological characterization of hepatitis B vaccine breakthrough infections in serial samples from two plasma donors

Fig. 1

Serological and molecular profiles for panel 6272. Panel 6272 was tested with ARCHITECT HBsAg Qual II, a prototype ARCHITECT HBsAg assay, a research assay for preS2 antigen, ARCHITECT Anti-HBs, Lumipulse HBcrAg, and Abbott RealTime HBV. An S/CO value ≥ 1.0 was considered reactive for the HBsAg and preS2 assays. The limit of quantitation of the HBcrAg assay is 3 log U/ml; results for samples prior to day 97 were below the measuring range of the assay and were omitted from the figure. Anti-HBs levels ≥ 10 mIU/ml are considered protective. The bars above the 6272 graph show the percentage of codons with the HBsAg D144N mutation

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