mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 induce comparably low long-term IgG Fc galactosylation and sialylation levels but increasing long-term IgG4 responses compared to an adenovirus-based vaccine

Jana Sophia Buhre, Tamas Pongracz, Inga Künsting, Anne S. Lixenfeld, Wenjun Wang, Jan Nouta, Selina Lehrian, Franziska Schmelter, Hanna B. Lunding, Lara Dühring, Carsten Kern, Janina Petry, Emily L. Martin, Bandik Föh, Moritz Steinhaus, Vera von Kopylow, Christian Sina, Tobias Graf, Johann Rahmöller, Manfred Wuhrer*Marc Ehlers*

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