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In the young women reported with severe septic shock sustained by co-infection of influenza B and streptococci, the strain of influenza B was not the common one during that period (B/Jiangu/ 10/03) and so it is possible that no immunologic memory for this infection was present[11].
Booster Vaccinations: Can immunologic memory outpace disease pathogenesis?
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) News Release "Chemical Guidance of T Cells Leads to Immunologic Memory and Long-Term Immunity", Monday, April 17, 2006