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Protection against infection with Neisseria meningitidis group B serotype 2b by passive immunization with serotype-specific monoclonal antibody.
Passive immunization with bovine milk containing antibodies to a cell surface protein antigen-glucosyltransferase fusion protein protects rats against dental caries.
6), passive immunization with immunoglobulin (monthly for four doses) was given at the time of aggressive chemotherapy, and subsequently these patients were actively immunized with vaccine (40 mcg, 1-2-12 months) from the third month of maintenance therapy.
04/K1 - Prophylactic and therapeutic passive immunization against pyroglutamate A-beta in young and aged AD-like transgenic mice.
The protection conferred by egg antibody specific for F18-fimbriae against infection with F18+ Escherichia coli was studied in controlled passive immunization trials involving weaned pigs.
Tetanus immunity: the resistance of guinea pigs to lethal spore doses induced by active and passive immunization.
The postexposure protocol is three pronged, he said: local wound care, active immunization, and passive immunization with immune globulin.
Chicken egg yolk has been recognized as an inexpensive alternative antibody source, and passive immunization with egg yolk immunoglobulin (IgY) has shown therapeutic value against enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium, rotavirus, Staphylococcal enterotoxin B, Streptococcus mutans, and Helicobacter pylori.
The positive results of cross-protection studies in hamster models should be interpreted cautiously, since experimental infection in those studies would tend to favor unusually brisk immune responses that go well beyond eliciting NAb and likely include potent cell-mediated or innate immune responses that cannot be mimicked with passive immunization (12).
patents covering active and passive immunization against Clostridium difficile disease and has published more than 25 papers in the areas of infectious diseases, vaccine development, active and passive immunization and vaccine-induced protection.
E-glycoprotein antibodies develop during human WNV infection (8), and passive immunization of mice with E-glycoprotein antiserum protects against WNV infection and death (7,8).