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Longevity of rabies antibody titre in recipients of human diploid cell rabies vaccine.

Sera from individuals across the USA and Peace Corps Volunteers (PCV) were assayed for neutralizing antibody to human diploid cell rabies vaccine (HDCV). A pairwise comparison between intramuscular (i.m.) and intradermal (i.d.) administration, PCV and non-PCV, revealed statistically significant differences between i.m. and i.d. for PCV and non-PCV, and between PCV and non-PCV for i.d. and i.m. administration. Survival analysis and frequency tables employing chi 2 tests determined that the percentage probability of maintaining an adequate titre from 1.5-2.0 years after primary vaccination was 99% in non-PCV i.m., 93% in non-PCV i.d., 88% in PCV i.m., and 64% in PCV i.d.[1]

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