heterologous serotype

het·er·ol·o·gous se·ro·type

an antibody that was induced by one antigen and reacts with another antigen.
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Epidemiologic and other studies indicate that risk factors for severe dengue include secondary infection with a heterologous serotype, the strain of infecting virus, and age and genetic background of the host.
Several lines of evidence point toward secondary infection by a heterologous serotype as one of the critical risk factors for DHF (1), underscoring the need to monitor circulating DENV serotypes and genotypes.
However, children approximately [greater than or equal to] 5 years of age have higher virus neutralization antibody titers than those 1-2 years of age (25), which suggests that reinfections may occur frequently, most likely with the viruses from the heterologous serotype.