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measles vaccine


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measles vaccine

measles vaccine

Genetic Characterization of Measles Vaccine Strains

Determining Measles‐Containing Vaccine Demand and Supply: An Imperative to Support Measles Mortality Reduction Efforts

Measles Inclusion-Body Encephalitis Caused by the Vaccine Strain of Measles Virus

Measles vaccine failure not associated with vitamin A supplementation

The Caribbean Experience in Maintaining High Measles Vaccine Coverage

Measles Outbreak in a Northern Pakistani Village: Epidemiology and Vaccine Effectiveness

Is There Enough Vaccine to Eradicate Measles? An Integrated Analysis of Measles-Containing Vaccine Supply and Demand

Associations between Human Leukocyte Antigen Homozygosity and Antibody Levels to Measles Vaccine

Mumps Antibody Response in Young Adults After a Third Dose of Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine

Measles Vaccine, HIV Infection, and Antiretroviral Therapy—A Window of Opportunity

Immunogenicity of Measles and Rubella Vaccines in Oman: A Prospective Clinical Trial

Strains of Measles Vaccine Differ in Their Ability to Replicate in and Damage Human Thymus

Monitoring Vaccine Safety during Measles Mass Immunization Campaigns: Clinical and Programmatic Issues

The Effect of Edmonston-Zagreb and Schwarz Measles Vaccines on Immune Responses in Infants

Varicella Immunogenicity with 1- and 2-Dose Regimens of Measles-Mumps-Rubella-Varicella Vaccine

Persistence of Vaccine-Induced Antibody to Measles 26–33 Years after Vaccination

Persistence of Rubella Antibodies after 2 Doses of Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine

 

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A live attenuated measles virus vaccine is preferable to the earlier killed virus vaccine developed by the American virologist and Nobel Prize laureate John Enders (1897–1985). It is heat labile so must be refrigerated until immediately before it is used. Preserving the cold chain is essential when this vaccine is given in the field in developing countries.

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