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Studies on yellow fever vaccine. II--Stability of the reconstituted product

Journal of Biological Standardization

Apr 1, 1988

O de S LopesR de Carvalho

Abstract

This work evaluated the stability of diluted yellow fever vaccine in order to determine conditions that maintain the minimum of 3 log10 of 17D virus per human dose as required by WHO. The vaccines were held at 0 degrees C or at 37 degrees C and were diluted either with distilled water, ...read more

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Viral Vaccines
Peptones
Bacteriophage Plaque Assay
Gelafusal
Biologic Preservation
Yellow fever virus
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
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Studies on yellow fever vaccine. II--Stability of the reconstituted product

Journal of Biological Standardization

Apr 1, 1988

O de S LopesR de Carvalho

PMID: 3372544

DOI: 10.1016/0092-1157(88)90033-9

Abstract

This work evaluated the stability of diluted yellow fever vaccine in order to determine conditions that maintain the minimum of 3 log10 of 17D virus per human dose as required by WHO. The vaccines were held at 0 degrees C or at 37 degrees C and were diluted either with distilled water, ...read more

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Viral Vaccines
Peptones
Bacteriophage Plaque Assay
Gelafusal
Biologic Preservation
Yellow fever virus
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration

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