Duration of immunity following immunization with live measles vaccine: 15 years of observation in Zhejiang Province, China.

@article{Dai1991DurationOI,
  title={Duration of immunity following immunization with live measles vaccine: 15 years of observation in Zhejiang Province, China.},
  author={B Dai and Zhui Chen and Q C Liu and Trong-Neng Wu and Chun Yuan Guo and Xiaoting Z. Wang and Hua Hong Fang and Yun Xiang},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1991},
  volume={69 4},
  pages={415-23}
}
The duration of immunity following measles vaccination of 2882 immunized children has been investigated in a closed region of China for 15 years. A total of 1002 of the children were treated as primary immunization subjects, and 1547 as reimmunization subjects. These two cohorts were not in contact with known wild measles virus over the whole observation period, and the results obtained probably reflected the antibody responses to measles vaccine alone. The remaining 333 vaccinees came into… CONTINUE READING
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