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Effect of diluent and storage temperature on potency of theileriosis vaccine



Effect of diluent and storage temperature on potency of theileriosis vaccine



Indian Veterinary Journal 80(2): 188-189



The following study was conducted to determine the appropriate diluent and suitable temperature to maintain the viability of cells for longer periods after reconstitution. Three batches of theileriosis vaccines produced by Indian Immunologicals Limited were used. Three different diluents were used to reconstitute the vaccine after thawing at 37 degrees C: (1) RPMI 1640, (2) Eagles' MEM and (3) Vaccine diluent. Reconstituted vaccines were kept at varying temperatures: 37, 25 and 4 degrees C.

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