Haffkine vaccine

Haff·kine vac·cine

(haf'kēn),
1. a killed culture of Vibrio cholerae in two strengths, a weaker one for the initial inoculation and a stronger one for the second inoculation 7-10 days after the first;
2. a killed plague (Yersinia pestis) bacillus vaccine.

Haff·kine vac·cine

(hahf'kīn vak-sēn')
1. A killed culture of Vibrio cholerae in two strengths, a weaker one for the initial inoculation and a stronger for the second inoculation 7-10 days later.
2. A killed plague bacillus (Yersinia pestis) vaccine.

Haffkine,

Waldemar M.W., Russian physician, 1860-1930.
Haffkine vaccine - a killed culture of Vibrio cholerae; a killed plague bacillus (Yersinia pestis) vaccine.