REACTOGENICITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF AEROGENIC VACCINATION AGAINST CERTAIN ZOONOSES
ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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Dry aerogenic vaccines against plague, tularemia, brucellosis and anthrax are highly effective in acute experiments on experimental animals. Dry, aerogenic vaccines against plague, tularemia, brucellosis and anthrax when used in the proper dosages, are practically without reactions. Aerogenic immunization against brucellosis, tularemia and plague assures a definite immunological reorganization of the bodies of people, recordable with agglutination reactions tularemia, brucellosis opsono-phagocytic reactions brucellosis, allergic tests tularemia, brucellosis and complement fixation reaction plague.
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