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Time of administration of rabies immunoglobulins and adequacy of antibody response upon post-exposure prophylaxis: a descriptive retrospective study in Belgium.

the administration of human rabies immunoglobulins following potential rabies exposure abroad or in Belgium. A timely response was defined as starting HRIG with a delay of ≤48 h and rabies vaccination ...

Batch release of vaccines in Europe: from method transfer to first commercial batch available on the market. Straightforward approach that requires a proactive mindset of the manufacturer.

a lengthy process. Sometimes more than one year should be taken into account between the intention of putting a vaccine on the market and the first available commercial batch. Since OCABR in EU is obligatory, ...

A Comparative Immunogenicity and Safety Trial of Two Different Schedules of Single-visit Intradermal Rabies Post-exposure Vaccination Following a Single-visit Pre-exposure Vaccination.

prevention and therefore increase compliance. METHODS: In a comparative trial, 303 healthy adults received a primary vaccination consisting of two intradermal (ID) doses of 0.1mL of the purified chicken embryo ...

Rabies antibody response after two intradermal pre-exposure prophylaxis immunizations: An observational cohort study.

Source: Travel Med Infect Dis (2018) Abstract: BACKGROUND: Rabies is a lethal, but vaccine preventable disease. Vaccination uptake is however hampered by the time-consuming three-dose, 2½8-day schedule. The ...

Oral vaccination of wildlife using a vaccinia-rabies-glycoprotein recombinant virus vaccine (RABORAL V-RG(®)): a global review.

Rupprecht, Charles E; Schumacher, Caroline; Slate, Dennis; Yakobson, Boris; Wohlers, Anne; Lankau, Emily W Source: Vet Res, Volume 48, Issue 1 (2017) Keywords: oral vaccination Rabies raboral Vaccinia wildlife ...

Vaccine preventable bacterial diseases in Belgium: monitoring of general population immunity and pregnancy vaccination strategies

Monitoring Pregnancy vaccination strategies vaccine preventable diseases Abstract: Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis are three serious infectious diseases caused by bacteria and that can be prevented by ...

Survey on the Use of Whole-Genome Sequencing for Infectious Diseases Surveillance: Rapid Expansion of European National Capacities, 2015-2016.

reference laboratories' access to WGS and operational WGS-based typing capacity for national surveillance of selected foodborne pathogens, antimicrobial-resistant pathogens, and vaccine-preventable ...

Impact of caspase-1/11,-3,-7, or IL-1/IL-18 deficiency on rabies virus-induced macrophage cell death and onset of disease.

of disease, but did not prevent final lethal outcome. Interestingly, deficiency of caspase-1/11, the key executioner of pyroptosis, aggravated disease severity caused by ERA virus, whereas wild-type ...

Outbreak investigations and molecular characterization of foot-and-mouth disease viruses circulating in south-west Niger.

H; Issa, S; Saegerman, C Source: Transbound Emerg Dis (2017) Abstract: In Niger, the epidemiological situation regarding foot-and-mouth disease is unclear as many outbreaks are unreported. This study ...

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