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*  MECACAR
Mass Vaccination with Oral Poliovirus Vaccine - CDC, Last accessed June 1, 2007. Vaccine-preventable Diseases and Immunization ...
*  Poppyseed oil
"Oral iodine supplementation does not reduce neutralizing antibody responses to oral poliovirus vaccine". Bull. World Health ... A randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial on giving infants iodized poppyseed oil together with an oral polio vaccine had ... Untoro J, Schultink W, West CE, Gross R, Hautvast JG (November 2006). "Efficacy of oral iodized peanut oil is greater than that ... Benmiloud M, Chaouki ML, Gutekunst R, Teichert HM, Wood WG, Dunn JT (July 1994). "Oral iodized oil for correcting iodine ...
*  Closed community
Gardner, P. S.; Cooper, Christine E. (1964-06-01). "The feeding of oral poliovirus vaccine to a closed community excreting ... "Prophylactic Oral Acyclovir in Outbreaks of Primary Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 Infection in a Closed Community". Pediatrics. ...
*  Healthcare in Cuba
This is important because countries with high incidence of polio are now using live oral poliovirus vaccine. When polio is ... Randomized, placebo-controlled trial of inactivated poliovirus vaccine in Cuba. N Engl J Med. 2007 Apr 12;356(15):1536-44. Free ... poliovirus vaccine was effective in vaccinating children in tropical conditions. The Collaborative Group consisted of the Cuban ... The Cuban vaccine is used throughout Latin America. After outbreaks of meningitis B in the United States, the U.S. Treasury ...
*  Vaccine
... "poliovirus vaccine live oral" rather than "oral poliovirus vaccine". The immune system recognizes vaccine agents as foreign, ... Notable developments in vaccine delivery technologies have included oral vaccines. Early attempts to apply oral vaccines showed ... Effective oral vaccines have many advantages; for example, there is no risk of blood contamination. Vaccines intended for oral ... Examples include the polio vaccine, hepatitis A vaccine, rabies vaccine and some influenza vaccines.[citation needed] Some ...
*  Polio vaccine
... recommendations for use of inactivated poliovirus vaccine and live oral poliovirus vaccine. American Academy of Pediatrics ... Sabin's oral vaccine using live virus came into commercial use in 1961. Once Sabin's oral vaccine became widely available, it ... In 1961, type 1 and 2 monovalent oral poliovirus vaccine (MOPV) was licensed, and in 1962, type 3 MOPV was licensed. In 1963, ... The first polio vaccine was the inactivated polio vaccine. It was developed by Jonas Salk and came into use in 1955. The oral ...
*  Albert Sabin
The Sabin vaccine is an oral vaccine containing weakened forms of strains of polio viruses. In 1955, Salk's "killed" vaccine ... In the intestines, Sabin had discovered, the poliovirus multiplied and attacked. Thus, the oral vaccine broke the chain of ... The first industrial production and mass use of oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV) from Sabin strains was organized by Soviet ... "Reminiscences of Albert Sabin and his successful strategy for the development of the live oral poliovirus vaccine". Proc. Assoc ...
*  Tatsuji Nomura
2003). "Transgenic mice as an alternative to monkeys for neurovirulence testing of live oral poliovirus vaccine: validation by ... A system has been established in which mice with the human polio virus receptor introduced (polio mice) replace monkeys, which ... Widely used in polio vaccine neurovirulence testing as a replacement for monkeys. (Approved by World Health Organization in ... are closest to humans, used in neurovirulence testing of live polio vaccine (Replacement). The number of animals used can also ...
*  Mikhail Chumakov
In 1958-1959 he organized the first mass production and clinical trials of Oral Poliovirus Vaccine (OPV) made from live ... Albert Sabin, Live Poliovirus Vaccine and the Soviets. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 56 (1982), 460-83 Swanson, W. Birth ... In 1955 he organized a new research institute near Moscow to work on vaccines against poliomyelitis. His work on vaccines ... Chumakov also created a number of other human and veterinarian vaccines, including inactivated vaccine against TBE, measles, ...
*  Yehia El-Gamal (pediatrician)
"The effect of mass immunisation campaigns and new oral poliovirus vaccines on the incidence of poliomyelitis in Pakistan and ... and the Egyptian Ministry of Health to evaluate the efficacy of different types ad regimens of oral polio vaccination. He has ...
*  Global Polio Eradication Initiative
... and interrupt all poliovirus transmissions Strengthen immunization systems and withdraw oral polio vaccine Contain poliovirus ... Key tactics used by the GPEI include strengthening childhood immunization through oral vaccines, conducting surveillance ... In 1995 a Global Certification Commission was created to oversee the certification of the eradication of wild-type poliovirus ... UNICEF Who is incharge of the distribution of the vaccine and helping countries develop communication and awareness strategies ...
*  Poliomyelitis eradication
"Virologic Monitoring of Poliovirus Type 2 after Oral Poliovirus Vaccine Type 2 Withdrawal in April 2016 - Worldwide, 2016-2017 ... Targeted "mop-up" campaigns once wild poliovirus transmission is limited to a specific focal area. Oral polio vaccine is highly ... Contact immunity to polio can occur when attenuated poliovirus derived from the oral polio vaccine is excreted, and infects and ... Because the immune response to oral polio vaccine is very similar to natural polio infection, it is expected that oral polio ...
*  Poliomyelitis
Use of this inactivated poliovirus vaccine and subsequent widespread use of the oral poliovirus vaccine developed by Albert ... "Poliomyelitis prevention: recommendations for use of inactivated poliovirus vaccine and live oral poliovirus vaccine. American ... it is possible for the polio virus in the oral vaccine to mutate. As a result, persons given the oral polio vaccine can acquire ... A concern is the presence of circulating vaccine-derived polioviruses. The oral polio vaccine is not perfect: while the genetic ...
*  William A. Petri
PROVIDE study in Bangladesh and India exploring new solutions for the problem of oral poliovirus and rotavirus vaccine failures ... He developed an FDA-approved test to detect amebiasis, and later, with significant funding from NIH, developed a vaccine ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D20)
... poliovirus vaccine, oral MeSH D20.215.894.899.632 --- pseudorabies vaccines MeSH D20.215.894.899.700 --- rabies vaccines MeSH ... parainfluenza vaccines MeSH D20.215.894.899.623 --- poliovirus vaccines MeSH D20.215.894.899.623.500 --- poliovirus vaccine, ... poliovirus vaccine, inactivated MeSH D20.215.894.845 --- vaccines, marker MeSH D20.215.894.860 --- vaccines, subunit MeSH ... measles vaccine MeSH D20.215.894.899.404.500 --- measles-mumps-rubella vaccine MeSH D20.215.894.899.488 --- mumps vaccine MeSH ...
*  India National PolioPlus
1961: Dr Albert Sabin develops an" oral polio vaccine (OPV) using attenuated poliovirus. The OPV rapidly becomes the vaccine of ... 2010: Bivalent oral polio vaccine tested and introduced by Govt. of India. IMB (Independent Monitoring Board) launched by WHO ... A record 550 million children receive oral polio vaccine. 2001: UNICEF sets up Social Mobilization Network in Uttar Pradesh to ... 2005: The more effective monovalent oral polio vaccines (mOPV) introduced in polio programme by Govt. of India. 2006: ...
*  Poliovirus
The development of the TgPVR mouse has had a profound effect on oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV) production. Previously, ... 2003). "Transgenic mice as an alternative to monkeys for neurovirulence testing of live oral poliovirus vaccine: validation by ... Oral polio vaccine contains live attenuated (weakened) strains of the three serotypes of poliovirus. Passaging the virus ... "Establishment of a poliovirus oral infection system in human poliovirus receptor-expressing transgenic mice that are deficient ...
*  Aphthous stomatitis
... polio virus vaccine and prostaglandin E2. By definition, there is no serious underlying medical condition, and most importantly ... Although there are many causes of oral ulceration, recurrent oral ulceration has relatively few causes, most commonly aphthous ... Scully C, Porter S (March 31, 2008). "Oral mucosal disease: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis". British Journal of Oral and ... Synonyms for aphthous stomatitis as a whole include (recurrent) oral aphthae, (recurrent) aphthous ulceration and (oral) ...
*  OPV AIDS hypothesis
The second vaccine, an oral polio vaccine (OPV), is a live-attenuated vaccine, produced by the passage of the virus through non ... The first polio vaccine, developed by Jonas Salk, is an inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV), consisting of a mixture of three ... Osterrieth P (May 2004). "Oral polio vaccine: fact versus fiction". Vaccine. 22 (15-16): 1831-1835. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine. ... The oral polio vaccine (OPV) AIDS hypothesis posits that the AIDS pandemic originated from live polio vaccines prepared in ...
*  Vaccine trial
... oral) in transgenic mice susceptible to poliovirus. Retrieved November 10, 2015, from http://www.who.int/biologicals/vaccines/ ... Vaccines such as the oral polio vaccine have been first tested for adverse effects and immunogenicity in monkeys as well as non ... A vaccine trial is a clinical trial that aims at establishing the safety and efficacy of a vaccine prior to it being licensed. ... Blume, S. S. (2004). "Lock in, the state and vaccine development: Lessons from the history of the polio vaccines". Research ...
*  Vaccine controversies
... advised their followers not to have their children vaccinated with oral polio vaccine. The boycott was endorsed by the governor ... Cutter Laboratories produced 120,000 doses of the Salk polio vaccine that inadvertently contained some live polio virus along ... when the routine vaccine schedule could contain more than 3,000 antigens (in a single shot of DTP vaccine). The vaccine ... Vaccine. 24 (20): 4321-7. doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2006.03.003. PMID 16581162. Hurst L (2009-10-30). "Vaccine phobia runs deep". ...
*  Central Institute for Experimental Animals
... used as a safety testing for oral polio vaccine. Establishment of Tg-rasH2 mouse, in which a human prototype c-Ha-ras oncogene ... Development and establishment of Tg-PVR mouse, in which a human poliovirus receptor gene is introduced, ...
*  List of poliomyelitis survivors
Poliovirus is acquired by faecal-oral or oral transmission. Prior to the introduction of a vaccine in 1955, infection was ... 2007). "Chapter 8. Poliomyelitis". Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (PDF) (10th ed.). Public Health ... creating a network of volunteers and researchers that eventually yielded the Salk vaccine. Consequently, polio has been ...
*  August 1961
Public Health Service approved use of the oral vaccine against polio. Unlike the Salk shots, which used an inactivated polio ... Approves Oral Type Polio Vaccine", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 18, 1961, p1 " Artillery Shell Kills 8 Persons", Arizona ... Albert Sabin's invention used a weakened live Type I polio virus. After four days without comment, the United States, the ... NFL 1950-1961 Mark Roberts, Sub: An Oral History of U.S. Navy Submarines (Penguin, 2007) p151 "Nikita Rattles 100-Megaton ...
*  History of poliomyelitis
The Salk vaccine, or inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV), consists of an injected dose of killed poliovirus. In 1954, the ... Human trials of Sabin's vaccine began in 1957 and it was licensed in 1962. Following the development of oral polio vaccine, a ... Eight years after Salk's success, Albert Sabin developed an oral polio vaccine (OPV) using live but weakened (attenuated) virus ... 1960). "Live, orally given poliovirus vaccine. Effects of rapid mass immunization on population under conditions of massive ...
*  Tg-PVR mouse
... carrying the human poliovirus receptor (PVR) gene, to be used in testing the neurovirulence of oral polio vaccine (OPV). The ... are susceptible to polioviruses. After the development of the Tg-PVR mouse, the suitability of the mouse to replace monkeys for ...