homologous serotype

ho·mol·o·gous se·ro·type

an antibody that was induced by a particular antigen and reacts with that antigen.
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Infection by a given serotype induces a lifelong protective immunity against the homologous serotype, but only a transient and partial protection against the three other serotypes (9).
Infection with a single serotype leads to long-term protective immunity against the homologous serotype but not against other serotypes (1).
Invasive diseases may originate from nasopharyngeal colonization with the homologous serotype (21).
Infection with 1 DENV serotype is believed to provide long-term immunity to the homologous serotype but not to the other serotypes (2).