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Serum and secretory immune responses to live and inactivated poliovirus vaccines in infants and specific antibodies in mothers' milk in an endemic area



Serum and secretory immune responses to live and inactivated poliovirus vaccines in infants and specific antibodies in mothers' milk in an endemic area



Dissertation Abstracts International C, Worldwide 51(3): 402-C



As part of a study on infant secretory and immune responses to poliovirus vaccination in infants with and without natural exposure, samples of human colostrum and mature human milk were collected in Europe and Asia, and secretory immunoglobulin A (sIgA) antibodies were determined by ELISA. Neutralizing activity was also measured.

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