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a substance (such as weakened or dead a disease-causing microorganism) injected into a person or animal to stimulate the production of antibodies to protect against a disease
  • The virus erupted there in 1967, in a factory called the Behring Works, which produced vaccines using kidney cells from African green monkeys.
    p. 35.5
  • The first person known to be infected with the Marburg agent was a man called Klaus F., an employee at the Behring Works vaccine factory who fed the monkeys and washed their cages.
    p. 36.0
  • It specializes in drugs, vaccines, and biocontainment.
    p. 58.4
  • At the Institute, there are always a number of programs going on simultaneously—research into vaccines for various kinds of bacteria, such as anthrax and botulism, research into the characteristics of viruses that might infect American troops, either naturally or in the form of a battlefield weapon.
    p. 58.4
  • It devoted itself to developing protective vaccines, and it concentrated on basic research into ways to control lethal microorganisms.
    p. 58.9
  • There aren't any vaccines for Level 4 hot agents.
    p. 62.1
  • A Level 4 hot agent is a lethal virus for which there is no vaccine and no cure.
    p. 62.1
  • If the virus killed nine out of ten people it infected and there was no vaccine or cure for it, you could see the possibilities.
    p. 65.0
  • Pasteur developed vaccines for anthrax and rabies.
    p. 151.2
  • He performed research on defenses against hot viruses—vaccines, drug treatments—and he did basic medical research on rain-forest viruses.
    p. 174.3
  • According to standard doctrine, there are basically three ways to stop a virus—vaccines, drugs, and biocontainment.
    p. 226.0
  • There was no vaccine for Ebola.
    p. 226.1
  • There is no known vaccine.
    p. 287.1
  • The fact that the virus mutates rapidly means that vaccines for it will be very difficult to develop.
    p. 408.8

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