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Immunogenicity of a New Thermostable 17D Yellow Fever Vaccine

  • I. Vodopija
  • N. Djakovic
  • B. Fritzell
  • M. Lhuillier

Abstract

The vaccine for 17D yellow fever has proved to be very effective and well tolerated, and consequently has been recommended by WHO for travel to countries with yellow fever. A heat-stable preparation was developed to make vaccines suitable for use in endemic areas [1-4], where multidose presentations are mainly used in mass immunization campaigns.

Keywords

Yellow Fever Serological Response Neutralize Antibody Titer Avian Leukosis Virus Yellow Fever Vaccine 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Vodopija
  • N. Djakovic
  • B. Fritzell
  • M. Lhuillier

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