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AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY

AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY President CLIFFORD G. GRULEE, M.D., Annual Meeting, Skytop, April 1939 Pa., 27-29, HUGH Secretary-Treasurer MCCULLOCH, M.D., First Session Thursday Afternoon, April Newborn The : President's Address. Dr. Clifford G. Ill. Grulee, Evanston, This was in full in the issue of the American paper published July Journal of Diseases of 1. Children, page Passive Immunity Against Influenza Virus by Introducing Production of Respiratory Immune Serums into the Tract. Dr. Stokes Joseph Jr. R. and Dorothy Shaw Philadelphia. (by invitation), Immune serum was obtained from mice after three injections intraperitoneal of mouse infected with the PR-8 strain of virus. of a 10 cent suspension lung per neutralization tests their serum to mice in a In pooled gave complete protection : 2 dilution of 1 320 when mixed with an of a cent equal portion per suspension of infected with PR-8 virus. mouse glycerinated lung serum to Immune rabbit was obtained that in addition intra- similarly, except peritoneal of infected mouse intravenous of tissue culture injections lung injections mouse PR-8 vaccine were The immune titer was the same as of the that given. a from serum. The human immune serum used was 5 who had pool persons received doses of tissue culture http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1939 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1939.01990090207015
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Abstract

President CLIFFORD G. GRULEE, M.D., Annual Meeting, Skytop, April 1939 Pa., 27-29, HUGH Secretary-Treasurer MCCULLOCH, M.D., First Session Thursday Afternoon, April Newborn The : President's Address. Dr. Clifford G. Ill. Grulee, Evanston, This was in full in the issue of the American paper published July Journal of Diseases of 1. Children, page Passive Immunity Against Influenza Virus by Introducing Production of Respiratory Immune Serums into the Tract. Dr. Stokes Joseph Jr. R. and Dorothy Shaw Philadelphia. (by invitation), Immune serum was obtained from mice after three injections intraperitoneal of mouse infected with the PR-8 strain of virus. of a 10 cent suspension lung per neutralization tests their serum to mice in a In pooled gave complete protection : 2 dilution of 1 320 when mixed with an of a cent equal portion per suspension of infected with PR-8 virus. mouse glycerinated lung serum to Immune rabbit was obtained that in addition intra- similarly, except peritoneal of infected mouse intravenous of tissue culture injections lung injections mouse PR-8 vaccine were The immune titer was the same as of the that given. a from serum. The human immune serum used was 5 who had pool persons received doses of tissue culture

Journal

American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1939

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