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Effectiveness of live or killed plague vaccines in man.
  • K. F. Meyer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1970
While the safety of the available live plague vaccine EV 76 (Paris) continues to be the subject of further study, the USP formol-killed, virulent Pasteurella pestis (Yersinia pestis) suspensionExpand
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Preventive veterinary medicine.
  • K. F. Meyer
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
  • 1 December 1948
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Botulism in the United States, 1899-1969.
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Studies on immunization against plague. I. The isolation and characterization of the soluble antigen of Pasteurella pestis.
Discussion and Summary Since the time of Markl (23) it has been recognized that immunogenic, toxic extracts of plague bacilli may be prepared. Rowland (3–6) found a soluble, toxic antigen capable ofExpand
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Plaque formation by Chlamydia in L cells.
Chlamydiae were found capable of producing plaques in several cell lines. Mouse fibroblast cells, L-929, proved the most sensitive to infection and yielded plaques of the highest clarity. Assay ofExpand
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Plague immunization. II. Relation of adverse clinical reactions to multiple immunizations with killed vaccine.
John D. Marshall, Jr.,* Peter J. Bartelloni, Dan C. Cavanaugh, Paul J. Kadull, and K. F. Meyer From the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Frederick, Maryland; the WalterExpand
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The status of botulism as a world health problem.
  • K. F. Meyer
  • Medicine
  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1 January 1956
The author reviews the international literature and brings up to date the published statistical data on botulism-a disease which, owing to its spectacular nature and high case-fatality rate, appearsExpand
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