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Year : 1991  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 212-218

Efficacy Of Japanese Encephalitis Vaccines Prepared With Local Indian JE Virus Strains



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Vaccines prepared from the Indian JE virus strains. Kolar [803835], Bankura (733913) and Dibrugarh (7812474) fulfilled all the requirements for JE vaccine as per Japanese and WHO regulations. The selected JE virus strains were found to be good seed virus for preparation of JE vaccine from mouse brain source. These liquid vaccines demonstrated good thermostability at 40C for 1 week and at 4C upto 6 months. The monovalent JE vaccines prepared from above Indian JE virus strains were found to be effective against other heterologous Indian JE virus strains.






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