Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, June 30th, 2004
"Various stabilizers containing no animal-derived components were assessed for their efficacy in stabilizing live attenuated varicella virus under various storage temperatures," investigators in South Korea report.
"Stabilizers containing carrageenan, soy protein hydrolyzates, or sucrose had a satisfactory performance to maintain infectivity of the cell-free virus when compared to control stabilizer containing animal-derived gelatin/gelatin hydrolyzate," wrote Bok-Hwan Chun and colleagues at Korea University.
Chun and associates...
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