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Effect of immunization against rubella on lactation products. I. Development and characterization of specific immunologic reactivity in breast milk



Effect of immunization against rubella on lactation products. I. Development and characterization of specific immunologic reactivity in breast milk



Journal of Infectious Diseases 145(5): 654-660



Live, attenuated rubella virus vaccine was administered to lactating women at 2-4 days post partum; 5 had virus type HPV-77 DE5 injected subcutaneously (s.c.) and 4 and 4 had type RA 27/3 administered intravenously or s.c. Virus was excreted in milk by 2, 4 and 3 women in each group, resp. Nasopharyngeal IgA and serum IgG antibody responses occurred after RA 27/3 immunization, but there was little or no nasopharyngeal antibody response after HPV-77 DE5.

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DOI: 10.1093/infdis/145.2.654



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