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Stability of undiluted and diluted vaccinia-virus vaccine, Dryvax

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Apr 16, 2003

Frances K NewmanRobert B Belshe

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The stability of Dryvax vaccine was examined to determine whether diluted vaccine could be used over an extended period, thereby increasing the number of available doses. Stability parameters that we evaluated include dilution (undiluted, diluted 1:5, and diluted 1:10), diluent (origina...read more

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Vaccinia virus
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Stability of undiluted and diluted vaccinia-virus vaccine, Dryvax

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Apr 16, 2003

Frances K NewmanRobert B Belshe

PMID: 12696013

DOI: 10.1086/374564

Abstract

The stability of Dryvax vaccine was examined to determine whether diluted vaccine could be used over an extended period, thereby increasing the number of available doses. Stability parameters that we evaluated include dilution (undiluted, diluted 1:5, and diluted 1:10), diluent (origina...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Buffers
Vaccinia virus
Phosphate Measurement
DryVax vaccine
Smallpox Vaccine
Drug Storage
Drug Stability
Dilution Technique
Phosphate ion
Dryvax
9

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Smallpox is caused by two variants of the variola virus, variola major and variola minor. It was eradicated in 1977, however it remains a concern owing to its potential use in bioterrorism. Discover the latest research on Smallpox here.

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