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trivalent

Chem
1. having a valency of three
2. having three valencies
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Standard dose inactivated trivalent influenza vaccines contain a total of 45 [micro]g (15 [micro]g of each of the three recommended strains) of influenza virus hemagglutinin antigen per 0.
Because both types of exposure involve trivalent arsenic and occur through the same mechanism of oral consumption followed by gastrointestinal absorption, it is possible that epidemiologic data from studies of drinking-water exposure may be applied to medicinal arsenic exposure.
In 2015, Japan replaced its trivalent, seasonal influenza vaccines with quadrivalent formulations, and it is expected that trivalent vaccines will be virtually absent from the US market within the next five years.
In contrast, efficacy rates for the standard trivalent inactivated flu vaccine, which is known to be poorly immunogenic in children, were 43% and 45%, respectively, said Dr.
DEFRA have stated that the reason that they believe that PFOS is not required for decorative chromium is that there is a viable alternative in trivalent chromium based products.
Fluzone[R] trivalent Multidose vial inactivated influenza Single-dose prefilled vaccine (TIV) 0.
This segment focuses on the trivalent vaccine designed to immunize patients against seasonal influenza using inactivated viruses.
The Government of India has recommended trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine which is available in the country and can be obtained as per the requirement.
M2 PHARMA-November 4, 2014-Department of Defense contracts manufacture and IND-enabling preclinical testing of Profectus BioSciences' trivalent Ebola/Marburg vaccine
ATLANTA -- Reports of febrile seizures in young children in Australia and New Zealand following vaccination with a 2010-2011 seasonal trivalent influenza vaccine have the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention watching closely for signs of trouble in the United States.
CHICAGO -- Trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine may not elicit a clinically adequate antibody response in elderly adults, pilot data suggest.
Rite Aid pharmacies across the country are currently offering three types of flu vaccines: a quadrivalent flu vaccine, which offers protection against four strains of the flu, the standard trivalent vaccine, and FLUAD, a trivalent vaccine with adjuvant, an ingredient that helps create a stronger immune response to vaccination, which is approved for people 65 and older.