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- Wojcinski, Helen, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Avian diseases 2011 v.55 no.4 pp. 633-641
- Influenza A virus; amino acids; avian influenza; cross reaction; egg production; epitopes; genes; hemagglutinins; hens; inactivated vaccines; nucleotide sequences; pandemic; sequence homology; swine; turkeys; vaccination; viruses; Canada; Chile; North Carolina
- ... Beginning in April 2009, a novel H1N1 influenza virus caused acute respiratory disease in humans, first in Mexico and then around the world. The resulting pandemic influenza A H1N1 2009 (pH1N1) virus was isolated in swine in Canada in June 2009 and later in breeder turkeys in Chile, Canada, and the United States. The pH1N1 virus consists of gene segments of avian, human, and swine influenza origin ...
- Helen Petousis-Harris, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Vaccine 2012 v.30 no.33 pp. 4945-4952
- children; fever; inactivated vaccines; infants; influenza; issues and policy; monitoring; multivariate analysis; nationalities and ethnic groups; parents; seizures; surveys; vaccination
- ... OBJECTIVE: To evaluate and compare rates of febrile events, including febrile convulsion, following immunisation with four brands of inactivated 2010 and 2011 influenza vaccine in NZ infants and children. DESIGN: Retrospective telephone surveys of parents of infants and children who received at least one dose of the vaccines of interest. SETTING: 184 NZ General Practices who received the vaccines ...
- Helen Brink, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Avian pathology 2020 v.49 no.6 pp. 666-677
- Salmonella enterica; aluminum hydroxide; antibody formation; chickens; inactivated vaccines; intestines; serotypes; vaccination
- ... A novel inactivated vaccine, comprising three serovars of Salmonella enterica (Enteritidis, serogroup O:9; Typhimurium, serogroup O:4; Infantis, serogroup O:7) grown under conditions of iron restriction and adjuvanted with aluminium hydroxide, was evaluated for efficacy following challenge by homologous and heterologous serovars. Chickens were vaccinated at 6 and 10 weeks of age by the intramuscul ...