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Immunological studies with group B arthropod-borne viruses, II. Effect of prior infection with Japanese encephalitis virus on the viremia in human subjects following administration of 17D yellow fever vaccine



Immunological studies with group B arthropod-borne viruses, II. Effect of prior infection with Japanese encephalitis virus on the viremia in human subjects following administration of 17D yellow fever vaccine



American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 11(4): 562-569



The incidence of viremia following vaccination with the 17D strain of yellow fever virus did not differ appreciably in a group of human subjects possessing prevaccination Japanese encephalitis (JE) neutralizing antibodies as a result of previous inapparent natural infection from the incidence of viremia in control groups possessing no prevaccination Group B arbor virus antibodies. There may have been a slight diminution in the level of circulating virus among the subjects with prevaccination JE neutralizing antibodies as compared with the level in the control groups; however, the number of uncontrolled factors which may have influenced these measurements precludes a firm conclusion on this matter.

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