Reduction of IL-10 Serum Level after 4 Months of Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Administration of 2nd Dose in Students at Al-Iraqia University
اروى مجاهد عبد الله
Authors : Ayaat A. Kadhim, Ahmed R. Abdullah, Arwa M. Al-Shuwaikh
Vaccination is considered to be the most significant kind of control over the pandemic. Currently, the inuse Pfizer vaccine is considered to be the most effective prevention method to control this pandemic. Our study aims to estimate serum levels of interleukin-10 in fully vaccinated students with the Pfizer/ BioNTech vaccine after one month and four months. 90 Samples were randomly taken from two different groups of students from Al-Iraqia University, who were Pfizer-BioNTech completely vaccinated. A 5 ml was drawn from 45 volunteered students after 1 month of vaccination and the other 45 after 4 months of complete vaccination. Serological analysis was carried out for measuring interleukin-10 of human serum by using the Human Interleukin-10 ELISA Kit. Demographic data were also collected from participants including age and gender. The serum levels of Human Interleukin-10 after 2nd dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine have significantly dropped in four months (P<0.05) compared with one month of administration

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January 2023