G F Maĭorova

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The immunogenicity, immunological and epidemiological effectiveness of the subcutaneous, enteral and combined immunizations of the workers at a steel plant with staphylococcal toxoid has been studied. The subcutaneous injection of the adsorbed toxoid in a dose of 0.2 ml by means of the jet injector, model, was accompanied by moderate reactogenicity (the(More)
The author presents the results of studies on the effect of staphylococcus toxin formation on the origination of allergic reaction. Staph. aureus strains, active producers of the alpha- and gamma-hemolysin, leukocidin, and Staph. epidermidis strains possessing no pathogenicity signs (a total of 8 strains) were used for the sensitization. Guinea pigs and(More)