inactivated vaccine


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inactivated vaccine

[in¦ak·tə‚vād·əd vak‚sēn]
(immunology)
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6) Further vaccine trials using commercially available inactivated vaccines and follow-up of the humoral response in vaccinated falcons for a full calendar year are essential to determine efficacy.
The simultaneous and sequential administration of seasonal and 2009 H1N1 inactivated vaccines is currently being studied.
Two companies, Intervet and Merial, are in the later stages of working on a safe inactivated vaccine that could be developed in months.
Inactivated vaccines are widely used in poultry but lack of critical potency testing, standardization, and quality control has led to variable and suboptimal immune responses.
The IIV class includes trivalent (1IV3) vaccines (those that are egg based and those that are cell-culture based) and quadrivalent (IIV4) inactivated vaccines.
The live oral polio vaccine (OPV), which carries a very small risk of causing paralytic polio, will be replaced with an inactivated vaccine because the risk of the disease being imported is now very small.
The expert said that the first reason for the change was to replace the live oral polio vaccine (OPV), which carries a very small risk of causing paralytic polio, with an inactivated vaccine.
The list of people who should not receive LAIV is fairly long, however, and includes all of the high-risk groups for whom the injectable trivalent inactivated vaccine (TIV) is recommended: pregnant women; people aged 50 years and older; and those with high-risk chronic pulmonary, metabolic, and immunosuppressive medical conditions.
Fluarix is a trivalent, inactivated vaccine designed to immunize recipients against influenza.
Contract award: 27 / zzp-106/15 inactivated vaccine against rabies.
5 mL each, given IM or subcutaneously at 0 and 7-30 days, then boosters every 6 months Plague Greer inactivated vaccine (licensed) is no longer available Q fever Investigational new drug (IND) 610: inactivated whole-cell vaccine given as single 0.