Human diploid cell rabies vaccine. Effectiveness of immunization with small intradermal or subcutaneous doses.

@article{Bernard1982HumanDC,
  title={Human diploid cell rabies vaccine. Effectiveness of immunization with small intradermal or subcutaneous doses.},
  author={Kathy Bernard and Mark A. Roberts and John Sumner and Werner Winkler and J P Mallonee and George M. Baer and Rufus Chaney},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1982},
  volume={247 8},
  pages={1138-42}
}
To determine antibody responses to small doses of human diploid cell rabies vaccine (HDCV), we determined rabies antibody titers in 124 volunteers who had been vaccinated with one of five primary preexposure regimens. In a sixth group of 47 persons previously vaccinated with duck embryo rabies vaccine (DEV), we evaluated the booster responses after a 0.1-mL dose of intradermal (ID) HDCV. Persons in all five groups undergoing primary immunization received three doses of vaccine, one each on days… CONTINUE READING
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