inactivated vaccine


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inactivated vaccine

[in¦ak·tə‚vād·əd vak‚sēn]
(immunology)
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Specifically as for children aged 2-17 years old, the risk of influenza was not significantly lower among those who received the quadrivalent live attenuated influenza vaccine than among those who received no vaccine; the inactivated vaccine had a marked benefit over no vaccine (vaccine effectiveness, 60%; 95% CI, 47-70; P less than .
We found that our vaccine delivered protection at least as effectively as BCG, but without any biological risk, since it's an inactivated vaccine and thus cannot evolve into potentially virulent forms, as the live vaccines such as BCG could have the potential to do.
Development and evaluation of an inactivated vaccine in oily adjuvant against Newcastle disease.
In the general population of elderly people, despite a dataset of several million observations, safety was only reported in five randomized controlled trials (2963 observations in total) on local and systemic adverse events seen within a week of giving parenteral inactivated vaccine.
Systemic and local IgG1 and IgG2 anti-BoHV-1 antibody responses induced by the administration of an experimental inactivated vaccine were well characterized in the current investigation, but the functions of different antibody isotypes in cattle, relative to the specific mechanisms of protection against BoHV-1, need further investigation.
The company is currently developing a number of new vaccine products, including pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, EV71 inactivated vaccine (against Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease), Japanese Encephalitis vaccine, animal and human rabies vaccine, HIB and epidemic meningitis, chickenpox, mumps and rubella vaccines.
4) There are two forms of the vaccine--a live virus nasal vaccine and an inactivated vaccine for intramuscular administration.
Consequently, providers can administer seasonal and 2009 H1N1 inactivated vaccines, seasonal inactivated vaccine and 2009 H1N1 LAIV, or seasonal LAIV and inactivated 2009 H1N1 at the same visit, or at any time before or after each other.
The World Health Organization has recommended vaccinating pregnant women against influenza since 2005, but inactivated vaccine is not licensed for infants aged below six months.
There is no inactivated vaccine for it in Europe: the EU is seeking supplies.
The "flu shot"--an inactivated vaccine (containing killed virus) that is given with a needle, usually in the arm.