reassortant vaccine


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reassortant vaccine

A vaccine made by combining antigens from several viruses or from several strains of the same virus.
See also: vaccine
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Evaluation of rhesus rotavirus monovalent and tetravalent reassortant vaccines in U.
Two human-animal reassortant vaccines have been found to be safe and effective (7-10), and a vaccine is under review for licensure for use among U.
Availability of a candidate reassortant vaccine virus for the novel influenza A (H1N1) vaccine development.
In this strategy, an animal rotavirus is used as a donor of attenuation phenotype for generating reassortant vaccine candidates that derive 10 genes from the animal rotavirus and one gene from the human rotavirus strain, the latter encoding the neutralization protein VP7 of one of the epidemiologically important HRV G serotypes (100,101).