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Fig. 5 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 5

From: Immune repertoire fingerprinting by principal component analysis reveals shared features in subject groups with common exposures

Fig. 5

Repertoire fingerprinting by PCA can identify perturbations in repertoire after influenza vaccination. PCA was applied to the sequenced repertoires of three individuals (FV, GMC, IB) at 10 time points before and after seasonal influenza vaccination. Dataset is from Laserson, et al. [26]. Shown are three principal components and the percent variation explained by each in parenthesis. Each dot represents a synthetic replicate generated by subsampling each repertoire to a common depth. This subsampling was repeated 10 times per repertoire

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