THE IMMUNIZATION OF FOWLS AGAINST MOSQUITO-BORNE PLASMODIUM GALLINACEUM BY INJECTIONS OF SERUM AND OF INACTIVATED HOMOLOGOUS SPOROZOITES

@article{Russell1942THEIO,
  title={THE IMMUNIZATION OF FOWLS AGAINST MOSQUITO-BORNE PLASMODIUM GALLINACEUM BY INJECTIONS OF SERUM AND OF INACTIVATED HOMOLOGOUS SPOROZOITES},
  author={Paul Farr Russell and Badri Nath Mohan},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1942},
  volume={76},
  pages={477 - 495}
}
This paper reports attempts to immunize domestic fowls against mosquito-borne infections of Plasmodium gallinaceum by means of (a) vaccination with inactivated homologous sporozoites; (b) injections of sera, both normal sheep serum, and serum from fowls chronically infected with the homologous Plasmodium, (c) combinations of both sporozoite vaccine and serum. It was possible to reduce the normal malaria death rate (55.4 per cent) in these fowls by each of the above methods but most markedly by… CONTINUE READING

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