The measure of torquetenovirus (TTV) viremia is widely recognized as an optimal biomarker of an individual immune status. In the context of COVID-19, the predictive role of TTV load with regard to vaccine response has also been demonstrated, suggesting other intriguing applications for this widespread anellovirus.

The measure of torquetenovirus (TTV) viremia is widely recognized as an optimal biomarker of an individual immune status. In the context of COVID-19, the predictive role of TTV load with regard to vaccine response has also been demonstrated, suggesting other intriguing applications for this widespread anellovirus.

TTV viral load as a predictor of antibody response to SARS COV-2 vaccination

Baj, Andreina
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Azzi, Lorenzo;Novazzi, Federica
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2023-01-01

Abstract

The measure of torquetenovirus (TTV) viremia is widely recognized as an optimal biomarker of an individual immune status. In the context of COVID-19, the predictive role of TTV load with regard to vaccine response has also been demonstrated, suggesting other intriguing applications for this widespread anellovirus.
COVID-19; TTV; immune response; torquetenovirus; vaccine
Focosi, Daniele; Baj, Andreina; Azzi, Lorenzo; Novazzi, Federica; Maggi, Fabrizio
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