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immunogen consisting of a suspension of weakened or dead pathogenic cells injected in order to stimulate the production of antibodies

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001), compared with the quadrivalent live attenuated vaccine (P = .
Live attenuated vaccines are prepared by sufficiently attenuating infectious organisms by passaging them in either the heterologous host system or in the cell culture.
That same year, Albert Sabin's live, attenuated vaccine, too, was licensed.
Therefore, present study was carried out to prepare and evaluate IBH-HPS attenuated vaccine to overcome the losses caused by this devastating disease.
Rotarix[R] is a live attenuated vaccine licensed for use in the UK and administered orally; it is over 85% effective at protecting against severe rotavirus gastroenteritis.
In the meantime, Travelsafe Clinic appears to be one of the few private centers to have the live attenuated vaccine available for people traveling to India and wanting the JE vaccination.
This is single live attenuated vaccine that's really safe.
The live attenuated vaccine FluMist is administered intranasally (through the nose) and should be given
The intranasal, live attenuated vaccine is reserved for nonpregnant adults age [less than or equal to]49 without high-risk medical conditions and who are not in close contact with immunocompromised persons.
Safety and efficacy of an attenuated vaccine against severe rotavirus gastroenteritis.
The live attenuated vaccine (FluMist) is considered safe if given to healthy people aged 5 to 59 years, so it would not be appropriate for the average resident of a nursing home.
Rotarix[R] is an oral, two-dose, live attenuated vaccine against rotavirus disease in infants that was licensed in 1997 by AVANT Immunotherapeutics to GSK for worldwide commercialization.
However, viremia was measured in all animals using a TaqMan PCR, irrespective of the level of the prechallenge titer, except the control group immunized with live attenuated vaccine.
The majority of women of childbearing age would have pre-existing immunity to RV and so the risk for infection and disease from potential exposure to the attenuated vaccine virus strain is low.
A live, attenuated vaccine is unlikely to be made against HIV because of worries about in vivo mutations and the fact that HIV integrates into cellular DNA.