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Inactivated Rabies Virus-Based Ebola Vaccine Preserved by Vaporization Is Heat-Stable and Immunogenic Against Ebola and Protects Against Rabies Challenge.

Ebola virus (EBOV) is a highly lethal member of the Filoviridae family associated with human hemorrhagic disease. Despite being a sporadic disease, it caused a large outbreak in 2014-2016 in West Africa and another outbreak recently in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Several vaccine candidates are currently in preclinical and clinical studies but none are stable without cold chain storage.

Heterologous protection against Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in mice after a single dose of replicon particle vaccine.

No vaccines are currently licensed to prevent Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV) infection, which can cause mild self-limiting clinical signs or severe, often fatal hemorrhagic fever disease. Here we continued investigations into the utility of a single-dose virus replicon particle (VRP) vaccine regimen by assessing protection against Turkey or Oman strains of CCHFV. We found that all mice were completely protected from disease, supporting broad applicability of this platform for CCHFV prevention...

Efficacy of the Bartha-K61 vaccine and a gE/gI/TK prototype vaccine against variant porcine pseudorabies virus (vPRV) in piglets with sublethal challenge of vPRV.

Pseudorabies has caused huge economic losses in China's pig industry and recurred on many large pig farms since late 2011. The disease is caused by highly pathogenic, antigenic variant pseudorabies virus (vPRV) strains. Therefore, the prevention and control of this recurrence of pseudorabies in China has been given priority. In a previous study, we showed that a suitable dose [1 × 10 50% tissue culture infectious dose (TCID) per animal] of commercial Bartha-K61 vaccine protects growing pigs against let...

Long-term effect of 10-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae in children in Brazil.

Brazil introduced the 10-valent pneumococcal vaccine (PCV10) to the routine national immunization program (NIP) in March 2010. In 2017, we investigated the effects of PCV10 on nasopharyngeal carriage of vaccine-types (VT) and non-vaccine-types (NVT) of Streptococcus pneumoniae (Spn) among children living in São Paulo city. We also compared the prevalence of VT and NVT with previous carriage surveys performed in 2010 (baseline) and 2013.

Vaccine blunts fentanyl potency in male rhesus monkeys.

One proposed factor contributing to the increased frequency of opioid overdose deaths is the emergence of novel synthetic opioids, including illicit fentanyl and fentanyl analogues. A treatment strategy currently under development to address the ongoing opioid crisis is immunopharmacotherapies or opioid-targeted vaccines. The present study determined the effectiveness and selectivity of a fentanyl-tetanus toxoid conjugate vaccine to alter the behavioral effects of fentanyl and a structurally dissimilar mu-o...

Concerns for efficacy of a 30-valent M-protein-based Streptococcus pyogenes vaccine in regions with high rates of rheumatic heart disease.

The prevalence of rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in the Aboriginal population of the Australian Northern Territory is high, and Streptococcus pyogenes skin infections likely contribute to this. A promising candidate S. pyogenes "30mer" vaccine is composed of 30 pharyngitis associated type-specific antigens from the S. pyogenes M protein. Cross opsonisation experiments suggest that 30mer vaccine protection may extend to non-cognate emm types. A new "emm cluster" scheme for classifying M protein is based on th...

Facilitators and barriers of human papillomavirus vaccine uptake in young females 18-26 years old in Singapore: A qualitative study.

Around 70% of cervical cancers are caused by Types 16 and 18 of human papillomavirus (HPV). Vaccines against HPV have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing HPV and cervical cancer.

Immunogenicity of a protective intradermal DNA vaccine against Lassa Virus in Cynomolgus macaques.

Lassa virus (LASV) is a hemorrhagic fever virus of the Arenaviridae family with high rates of mortality and co-morbidities, including chronic seizures and permanent bilateral or unilateral deafness. LASV is endemic in West Africa and Lassa fever accounts for 10-16% of hospitalizations annually in parts of Sierra Leone and Liberia according to the CDC. An ongoing outbreak in Nigeria has resulted in 144 deaths in 568 cases confirmed as LASV as of November 2018, with many more suspected, highlighting the urgen...

Factors Associated with Intention of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Initiation Among Females With and Without a History of Childhood Cancer.

Vaccination is available to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV) types that cause cervical and other cancers. This study aimed to describe and compare vaccine intention among young females with and without a cancer history, in addition to identifying factors associated with a HPV vaccination intention. Vaccine-naïve females (aged 18-26 years, n = 120) and maternal caregivers with vaccine-naïve daughters (aged 9-17 years, n = 197) completed surveys querying HPV vaccination intention, HPV knowledge,...

Genetically engineered viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) vaccines.

Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) has been one of the major causes of mortality in a wide range of freshwater and marine fishes worldwide. Although various types of vaccines have been tried to prevent VHSV disease in cultured fishes, there are still no commercial vaccines. Reverse genetics have made it possible to change a certain regions on viral genome in accordance with the requirements of a research. Various types of VHSV mutants have been generated through the reverse genetic method, and most o...

Talk to Patients About: Meningococcal B.

Meningococcal B (MenB) vaccine is the new kid on the block for children and adolescents, having won Food and Drug Administration approval in 2014. This presents a problem for physicians: Because there is an older vaccine for the other types of meningococcal bacteria, many patients who've had that vaccine wrongly believe they're also protected against MenB.

Vaccine stockouts and vaccination rate: examination of unique administrative data from Nigeria.

Universal access to vaccines is crucial in protecting the population from deadly diseases. This study presents the prevalence of vaccine stockouts in Nigeria and examines the correlation between the vaccine stockouts and vaccine take-up.

Sub-acute toxicological study of artemisinin-piperaquine tablets in rhesus monkeys.

Artemisinin-piperaquine tablet (trade name Artequick, ATQ), is a novel combination therapy for the treatment of malaria and especially for resistant P.falciparum malaria. The aim of our study was to assess the potential sub-acute toxicity profile of ATQ by oral administration route in rhesus monkeys. Monkeys were administrated once daily with doses of ATQ (39.1、78.2、156.4 mg/kg) for 21 days and then followed-up a 56-day recovery period. The administration of ATQ at high dose produced significant chang...

Hemorrhagic complications during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation - The role of anticoagulation and platelets.

Hemorrhagic complications during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation are frequent and have a negative impact on outcome. We studied the association between activated partial thromboplastin time or platelet count and the occurrence of hemorrhagic complications. The secondary objective was to determine risk factors for hemorrhagic complications.

Visual inspection of vaccine storage conditions in general practices: A study of 75 vaccine refrigerators.

Adequate vaccine storage is a prerequisite to assure vaccine effectiveness and tolerability. In this context, maintaining the cold chain (2°C to 8°C) is the paramount objective. To establish quality-ensured cold chain maintenance, compliance with several structural and procedural aspects is necessary.

S-equol glucuronidation in liver and intestinal microsomes of humans, monkeys, dogs, rats, and mice.

S-equol, an active metabolite of the soy isoflavone daidzein, is mainly metabolized into glucuronide(s) by UDP-glucuronosyltransferase (UGT) enzymes in mammals. In the present study, S-equol glucuronidation was examined in the liver and intestinal microsomes of humans, monkeys, dogs, rats, and mice using a kinetic analysis. CL values for 7- and 4'-glucuronidation by liver microsomes were higher than those by intestinal microsomes in all species. CL values for total glucuronidation (sum of 7- and 4'-glucuron...

Macular thickness measurements of healthy, naïve cynomolgus monkeys assessed with spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT).

The purpose of this study was to measure central macular thickness in an unprecedented number of cynomolgus monkeys. Macular thickness was measured with Heidelberg spectral-domain OCT in 320 eyes of healthy and treatment-naïve cynomolgus monkeys (80 males and 80 females). The macula was successfully measured in all 320 eyes. Macular thickness was not significantly different between the sexes. The mean central macular thickness was 244 μm (+/- 21 μm). Macular thicknesses in the quadrants were 327 +/-17 μ...

Carbon monoxide-releasing molecule-3 protects against cortical pyroptosis induced by hemorrhagic shock and resuscitation via mitochondrial regulation.

Carbon monoxide (CO) releasing molecule (CORM)-3, a water-soluble CORM, has protective effects against inflammatory and ischemia/reperfusion injury. We determined the effect of CORM-3 against neuronal pyroptosis in a model of hemorrhagic shock and resuscitation (HSR) in rats via mitochondrial regulation.

Lot-to-lot consistency study of an -produced bivalent human papillomavirus vaccine in adult women: a randomized trial.

An -produced HPV-16/18 bivalent vaccine has been proved to be well-tolerated and highly efficacious against diseases associated with vaccine HPV types. As a part of the multi-center, randomized, double-blind phase III clinical trial, this lot-to-lot consistency study aimed to assess the safety and immunogenicity consistency of this novel HPV vaccine, which is also one of the objectives of the phase III trial. A total of 3689 healthy women aged 18-45 years were enrolled and randomly assigned 1:1:1 to three l...

Persistent Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus infection in the testes and within granulomas of non-human primates with latent tuberculosis.

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is the most medically important tick-borne viral disease of humans and tuberculosis is the leading cause of death worldwide by a bacterial pathogen. These two diseases overlap geographically, however, concurrent infection of CCHF virus (CCHFV) with mycobacterial infection has not been assessed nor has the ability of virus to persist and cause long-term sequela in a primate model. In this study, we compared the disease progression of two diverse strains of CCHFV in the ...

Vaccine cold chain in general practices: A prospective study in 75 refrigerators (Keep Cool study).

Protecting vaccines from freeze damage is considered one of the most poorly addressed problems in vaccine management. Freezing may impair the potency especially of adsorbed vaccines. The Keep Cool study aims at ensuring optimal vaccine storage conditions in general practices. This publication analyses the baseline data using standardised temperature recordings.

Severe fever and thrombocytopenia syndrome virus infection: Considerations for vaccine evaluation of a rare disease.

Infection caused by the severe fever and thrombocytopenia syndrome virus (SFTSV) causes a hemorrhagic illness with a mortality between 20 to 40%. Initially recognized in 2009 in China, cases have additionally been documented in Japan and Korea although retrospective studies have documented seroprevalence since 1996. Although case rates have increased due to increased awareness and more widely available diagnostics, SFTSV infection remains rare with the highest rates documented in Korea for Jeju Province (3....

Disparities in HPV vaccine series completion by adolescent males: a retrospective cohort study.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been recommended for males for prevention of genital warts and precancerous anal lesions since 2009. Our objective was to characterize race and insurance-based disparities in HPV vaccine completion among males who initiated the HPV vaccine series.

Are Hemorrhagic Cysts Hyperintense Enough on T1-Weighted MRI to Be Distinguished From Renal Cell Carcinomas? A Retrospective Analysis of 204 Patients.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the utility of T1- and T2-weighted MRI signal-intensity ratios and signal-intensity SDs of renal lesions to determine the feasibility of distinguishing between simple cysts, hemorrhagic renal cysts, clear cell renal cell carcinoma (RCC), and papillary RCC. Pathology records of 53 cases of papillary RCCs between 1 and 5 cm in size were included. Thirty-eight pathology-proven clear cell RCCs, 54 simple renal cysts seen on abdominal MRI, and 59 hemorrhagic renal cysts...

Towards a further understanding of measles vaccine hesitancy in Khartoum state, Sudan: A qualitative study.

Vaccine hesitancy is one of the contributors to low vaccination coverage in both developed and developing countries. Sudan is one of the countries that suffers from low measles vaccine coverage and from measles outbreaks. In order to facilitate the future development of interventions, this study aimed at exploring the opinions of Expanded Program on Immunization officers at ministries of health, WHO, UNICEF and vaccine care providers at Khartoum-based primary healthcare centers.

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