Protective efficacy of intranasal vaccination with subunit Sendai virus vaccine in mice.

Abstract

Mice and rats were vaccinated with tween 80-ethyl ether disrupted subunit vaccine of Sendai virus by the subcutaneous or intranasal route. The intranasal vaccination rendered mice resistant to intranasal challenge with active Sendai virus as the subcutaneous vaccination did. The former vaccination induced low-titered hemagglutination-inhibiting (HI… (More)

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@article{Ito1986ProtectiveEO, title={Protective efficacy of intranasal vaccination with subunit Sendai virus vaccine in mice.}, author={H. Ito and Marise Sano Suga Matumoto}, journal={The Japanese journal of experimental medicine}, year={1986}, volume={56 3}, pages={125-9} }