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Action of sensitive or isoniazid-resistant BCG on experimental tuberculosis in the rabbit I Effect on the general evolution of tuberculosis


Action of sensitive or isoniazid-resistant BCG on experimental tuberculosis in the rabbit I Effect on the general evolution of tuberculosis



Ann Inst Pasteur Lille: 2



The con-comitant vaccination with the help of large doses of isonicotinic acid hydrazide (INH)-sensitive BCG aggravates the experimental tuberculous infection of the rabbit, given orally or intradermally. The concomitant vaccination with the help of INH-resistant BCG, given in the same doses and by the same ways, diminishes the importance of the experimental tuberculous lesions. The concomitant vaccination by isoniazid-resistant BCG, raises in the antituberculous action of INH.

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