Clinical and serologic study of four smallpox vaccines comparing variations of dose and route of administration. Primary percutaneous vaccination.

@article{Cherry1977ClinicalAS,
  title={Clinical and serologic study of four smallpox vaccines comparing variations of dose and route of administration. Primary percutaneous vaccination.},
  author={James D. Cherry and Kenneth Mcintosh and James D Connor and Abram S. Benenson and David W. Alling and Ursula T Rolfe and William Andrew Todd and John E Schanberger and Mattheis},
  journal={The Journal of infectious diseases},
  year={1977},
  volume={135 1},
  pages={145-54}
}
In an investigation of the antigenicity and reactogenicity of four smallpox vaccines, 786 children received primary percutaneous vaccination with vaccine in one of three concentrations, 10(6), 10(7), or10(8) pock-forming units/ml. Dose-response curves indicated that the three licensed vaccines (New York City Board of Health strains grown in calf lymph or chorioallantoic membrane, and the Lister vaccine) had similar potencies, but the CV-1 strain was about 10-fold less infectious. CV-1 also… CONTINUE READING
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