Immunogenicity of the Bivalent Oral Cholera Vaccine Shanchol in Haitian Adults With HIV Infection.

Abstract

We evaluated immune responses following bivalent oral cholera vaccination (Shanchol [Shantha Biotechnics]; BivWC) in a cohort of 25 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected adults in Haiti. Compared with adults without HIV infection, vaccination in HIV-infected individuals resulted in lower vibriocidal responses against Vibrio cholerae O1, and there was a positive relationship between the CD4(+) T-cell count and vibriocidal responses following vaccination. Nevertheless, seroconversion occurred at a rate of 65% against the Ogawa serotype and 74% against the Inaba serotype in adults with HIV infection. These results suggest that the vaccine retains substantial immunogenicity in adults with HIV infection and may benefit this population by protecting against cholera.

DOI: 10.1093/infdis/jiv108

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@article{Ivers2015ImmunogenicityOT, title={Immunogenicity of the Bivalent Oral Cholera Vaccine Shanchol in Haitian Adults With HIV Infection.}, author={Louise C. Ivers and Richelle C. Charles and Isabelle J. Hilaire and Leslie M. Mayo-Smith and Jessica E. Teng and Jean-Gregory Jerome and Jenna A Rychert and Regina C. Larocque and Peng Xu and Pavol Kov{\'a}cˇ and Edward T. Ryan and Firdausi Qadri and Charles Patrick Almazor and Molly F. Franke and Jason B. Harris}, journal={The Journal of infectious diseases}, year={2015}, volume={212 5}, pages={779-83} }