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The efficacy of live and inactivated vaccines of Hong Kong influenza virus in an industrial community: A report to the Medical Research Council Committee on Influenza and other respiratory virus vaccines*

  • D. Hobson (a1), F. A. Baker (a1), R. L. Curry (a1), A. S. Beare (a2) and P. M. O. Massey (a3)...

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Intranasal vaccines of inactivated or living attentuated A2/Hong Kong influenza viruses were compared for clinical acceptability, serological effects and protective efficiency against natural epidemic influenza in a large industrial and clerical population.

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The efficacy of live and inactivated vaccines of Hong Kong influenza virus in an industrial community: A report to the Medical Research Council Committee on Influenza and other respiratory virus vaccines*

  • D. Hobson (a1), F. A. Baker (a1), R. L. Curry (a1), A. S. Beare (a2) and P. M. O. Massey (a3)...

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