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New vaccines for immunization of man: new approaches towards the prevention of rabies in man.
Parassitologia. 1988 Jan-Apr; 30(1):141-8.P

Abstract

Cell culture rabies vaccines for human use, highly immunogenic and well tolerated, are now used for pre-exposure immunization as well as for post-exposure treatment. Presently available cell culture rabies vaccines induce immunity against the SAD modified live rabies virus used for oral immunization of foxes. They also induce immunity against the newly identified European bat rabies virus (Duvenhage).

Authors+Show Affiliations

Institut Pasteur, Paris, France.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

2478948

Citation

Sureau, P. "New Vaccines for Immunization of Man: New Approaches Towards the Prevention of Rabies in Man." Parassitologia, vol. 30, no. 1, 1988, pp. 141-8.
Sureau P. New vaccines for immunization of man: new approaches towards the prevention of rabies in man. Parassitologia. 1988;30(1):141-8.
Sureau, P. (1988). New vaccines for immunization of man: new approaches towards the prevention of rabies in man. Parassitologia, 30(1), 141-8.
Sureau P. New Vaccines for Immunization of Man: New Approaches Towards the Prevention of Rabies in Man. Parassitologia. 1988 Jan-Apr;30(1):141-8. PubMed PMID: 2478948.
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