Immunological aspects of a cholera toxoid field trial in Bangladesh
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Published by Cholera Research Laboratory in Dacca .
Written in English



  • Bangladesh.


  • Cholera -- Immunological aspects.,
  • Cholera -- Vaccination -- Bangladesh.

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Other titlesCholera toxoid field trial in Bangladesh.
Statementby George T. Curlin ... [et al.].
SeriesScientific report ;, no. 8
ContributionsCurlin, George T.
LC ClassificationsRC126 .I57
The Physical Object
Pagination13 leaves ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4385601M
LC Control Number78903703

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(). Response of children in Bangladesh to adult-type tetanus-diphtheria toxoid (Td) administered during a field trial of cholera toxoid." (). Statistical methods for survival data analysis. .   G.T. Curlin, R.J. Levine, et logical aspects of a cholera toxoid field trial in Bangladesh Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca () Scientific Report No. 8. Bangladesh and India have conducted several sequential studies of Oral Cholera Vaccine (OCV) to ascertain its safety, efficacy, effectiveness, field feasibility and acceptance in high-risk urban.   1. Introduction. Globally an estimated ∼3 million cases deaths occur yearly due to cholera. Cholera has been endemic in the deltas of Ganges and Brahmaputra of eastern India and Bangladesh for most part of recorded causative organism Vibrio cholerae O1 has been responsible for large epidemics and even nmental and climate variables have also .

  Field trials, Bangladesh (endemic) and Morocco (travelers) Clemens and coworkers described that the CTB-containing cholera vaccine not only protected against cholera, but also conferred J. HolmgrenCholera toxin structure, gene regulation and pathophysiological and immunological aspects. Cell Mol Life Sci, 65 (), pp. https. Immunization of non-pregnant women in rural Bangladesh with two doses of aluminium-adsorbed tetanus-diphtheria toxoids reduced neonatal mortality by one-third during a period of months after. To our knowledge, this is the first report of immune responses in pregnant women with cholera. We found that pregnant woman early in pregnancy has comparable clinical illness and subsequent immune. Postal address: , avenue Jean Jaurès, Lyon, France. To add link to webpage of the laboratory. Cholera: LPS content, rCTB content Diphtheria toxoid: Potency Haemophilus Type B conjugate.