Jul 1, 1977

Strengthening the immune response to typhoid vaccine by subcutaneous RNA administration

Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii
A M Zemskov

Abstract

The authors demonstrated the adjuvant activity of the RNA preparations injected subcutaneously. In the treatment of mice with the vaccine with a stimulant there was increase of antibody production and of their resistance to infection with typhoid causative agent in comparison with the animals which were only immunized. When the adjuvant was used the vaccine dose could be devreased 2- to 8-fold without any reduction of the immunity formed. RNA injection to the immunized animals on the 25th day after the onset of the experiment produced a revaccinating effect.

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Immune Response
Central Nervous System Stimulant [EPC]
Central Nervous System Stimulants
Immunologic Adjuvants
Subcutaneous Injections
Adjuvant
Vaccination
Antibody Formation
Resistance to Infection
Typhoid Fever

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