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Experimental Rabies in White Mice II. Studies on Passive Immunization



Experimental Rabies in White Mice II. Studies on Passive Immunization



J. infect. Dis 59: 152-158



A report upon experiments on white mice to determine the efficacy of passive immunization against fixed rabies virus, using rabbits and goats for the production of the antisera. Following the intraperitoneal injection of large doses of antiserum made shortly before the intracerebral inoculation of virus, 36% of the treated mice survived against 9 % of the controls. A longer incubation period was shown in each group of treated mice that contracted rabies than by the corresponding controls.

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