Response of children to inactivated measles vaccine prepared in bovine renal cell culture

@inproceedings{Sasai1966ResponseOC,
  title={Response of children to inactivated measles vaccine prepared in bovine renal cell culture},
  author={Seijiro Sasai and Rinji Kawana and Hiroshi Wako and Toshio Iwai and Masaru Kaneko and Minoru Matumoto},
  year={1966}
}
Formalin-inactivated, alum-adsorbed measles vaccine was readily prepared from virus grown in calf kidney cell culture infected with the Sugiyama strain of measles virus which had been adapted to this cell culture. The vaccine induced no side reaction of any consequence in vaccinated children, but demonstrated antigenic capacity in children as well as guinea pigs, comparable to that of currently used killed measles vaccines prepared from virus grown in monkey kidney or chick embryo tissue… CONTINUE READING