Rubella, measles and mumps antibodies following vaccination of children. A potential rubella problem.

Abstract

One hundred sixty-eight children immunized by one suburban Minneapolis clinic during routine pediatric visits had serum antibodies measured to determine the efficacy of rubella (HPV77 DE5 strain), measles (Edmonston B and Moraten strains), and mumps (Jeryl Lynn strain) vaccines. Serologic failure rates at the mean postvaccination times tested were as… (More)

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@article{Balfour1978RubellaMA, title={Rubella, measles and mumps antibodies following vaccination of children. A potential rubella problem.}, author={Henry H. Balfour and D P Amren}, journal={American journal of diseases of children}, year={1978}, volume={132 6}, pages={573-7} }