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Experimental immunostimulant activity of an extract of the gram-positive bacterium, Micrococcus sedogenes



Experimental immunostimulant activity of an extract of the gram-positive bacterium, Micrococcus sedogenes



Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 165(10): 815-821



Modustim (RP 32919), extracted from Micrococcus sedogenes, had potent immunostimulatory and adjuvant effects in laboratory animals. Injections of 0.03-5 mg/kg stimulated the production of anti-sheep red blood cell antibodies in mice and of influenzavirus antibodies in rabbits. Modustim protected mice against a wide variety of experimental lethal bacterial and viral infections.

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