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Immunization with live types 7 and 4 adenovirus vaccines. I. Safety, infectivity, antigenicity, and potency of adenovirus type 7 vaccine in humans.
Selective gastrointestinal infection without illness was induced in susceptible volunteers by oral administration of enteric-coated capsules containing live adenovirus type 7 (ADV-7). This vaccineExpand
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Production and evaluation of a formalin-killed Chikungunya vaccine.
Production methods and immunogenic characteristics of a formalin-inactivated Chikungunya vaccine prepared in bank-frozen green monkey kidney tissue culture were described. The total absence 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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Plague immunization. I. Past and present trends.
Due to the erroneous concept relating reactogenicity to immunogenicity, killed plague vaccines were initially produced and standardized to insure that the majority of persons receiving them wouldExpand
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Growth hormone response during sandfly fever.
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Combined therapy for chloroquine-resistant, Plasmodium falciparum infection. Concurrent use of long-acting sulphormethoxine and pyrimethamine.
Combined therapy with a single dose of the long-acting sulfonamides, sulphormethoxine, and pyrimethamine was found to be effective alone and in combination with quinine sulfate for treatment ofExpand
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Urinary amino acid excretion during experimentally induced sandfly fever in man.
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Clinical and serologic responses of volunteers infected with phlebotomus fever virus (Sicilian type).
Twenty volunteers were inoculated with various doses of human serum containing Phlebotomus fever virus (Sicilian type) to determine their clinical and serologic responses as well as the humanExpand
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Quinine, pyrimethamine, and sulphorthodimethoxine: Clinical response, plasma levels, and urinary excretion during the initial attack of naturally acquired falciparum malaria
Plasma concentrations and urinary excretion rates of antimalarial drugs were studied during acute illness in 15 patients with naturally acquired falciparum malaria despite chloroquine‐primaquineExpand
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Acute renal failure in Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Treatment of peritoneal dialysis.
Two patients with renal failure due to heavy infection with Plasmodium falciparum were successfully treated by peritoneal dialysis. Rapid clinical deterioration precluded safe transfer to aExpand
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