The safety and efficacy of the oral rabies vaccine SAG2 in Indian stray dogs.

@article{Cliquet2007TheSA,
  title={The safety and efficacy of the oral rabies vaccine SAG2 in Indian stray dogs.},
  author={Florence Cliquet and J P Gurbuxani and Hemanta Kumar Pradhan and Bramhadev Pattnaik and Suresh S. Patil and Antoine Regnault and H Begouen and Anne Laure Guiot and Radhika Sood and Philippe Mahl and Rashmi Singh and François Xavier Meslin and Elodie Picard and Michel F A Aubert and Jacques Barrat},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2007},
  volume={25 17},
  pages={3409-18}
}
India is one of the countries with the highest prevalence of human rabies throughout the world. Dogs are primarily responsible for rabies transmission. Among them, stray dogs play a major role in that country. Parenteral vaccination programmes are insufficient to eliminate rabies partly due to difficulties in establishing satisfactory immunisation coverage in the dog population in view of the high proportion of stray dogs. Oral vaccination may be a useful adjunct to parenteral vaccination by… CONTINUE READING

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