Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, April 20th, 2006
"Kinetics of antibody responses and protection against rabies were investigated after injection of a single dose of rabies DNA vaccine and compared to those induced by one or two injections of cell culture-derived vaccine in dogs issued from the common local breed and reared in experimental conditions," wrote C. Bahloul and colleagues of the Institute Pasteur in Tunis.
"Rabies DNA vaccine administered intradermally by a jet injector in the inner face of the ear was by far more efficient in inducing long lasting high titers of virus...
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