Both studies evaluated the activity of Gardasil in two ways--by measuring geometric mean titer antibody * activity produced by the vaccine against the four HPV types, and by measuring seroconversion rates for HPV-6, 11, 16, and 18.
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GMT stands for Geometric Mean Titer (vaccination)
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With regard to WNV antibodies, the ELISA detected 44 positive samples and 1 doubtful sample, of which 29 were confirmed as positive by virus-neutralization test (virus-neutralization test titers ranging from 10 to 640; geometric mean titer = 20).
After a single immunization at the 3,000 microgram dose level, seven of eight subjects achieved antibody titers that are considered protective, with a geometric mean titer over 200 mIU/ml.
They then recorded each samplehs geometric mean titer (GMT), a measure of its ability to neutralize a virus.
Notably, although few of the prepandemic serum samples tested had evidence of antibody titers [greater than or equal to] 40 to any of the swine H1 viruses, the convalescent-phase serum sample of most persons had detectable antibody titers to other influenza viruses: CS (H1N1) Sw4167 (93% seropositive at a titer of [greater than or equal to] 40; geometric mean titer [GMT] 121.