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The preservation of bcg at room temperature with 1.2 percent potassium chloride solution

Chinese Journal of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 5(3): 159-161

The preservation of bcg at room temperature with 1.2 percent potassium chloride solution

KCl solution (1.2%) was used for preserving BCG vaccines at room temperature ( C); > 106 bacterial units were found after 8 wk; similar to that found with preservation S/4 at C. Tests in mice and guinea pigs showed that the protective efficacy of BCG against experimental tuberculosis was preserved in 1.2% KCl solution at room temperature, similar to preservation in S/4 solution at C.

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