Vaccines in historic evolution and perspective: a narrative of vaccine discoveries.

@article{Hilleman2000VaccinesIH,
  title={Vaccines in historic evolution and perspective: a narrative of vaccine discoveries.},
  author={Maurice R. Hilleman},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2000},
  volume={18 15},
  pages={1436-47}
}
The sciences of vaccinology and of immunology were created just two centuries ago by Jenner's scientific studies of prevention of smallpox through inoculation with cowpox virus. This rudimentary beginning was expanded greatly by the giants of late 19th and early twentieth centuries biomedical sciences. The period from 1930 to 1950 was a transitional era with the introduction of chick embryos and minced tissues for propagating viruses and Rickettsiae in vitro for vaccines. Modern era vaccinology… CONTINUE READING
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