multivalent vaccine

pol·y·va·lent vac·cine

a vaccine prepared from cultures of two or more strains of the same species or microorganism.
Synonym(s): multivalent vaccine

multivalent vaccine

Etymology: L, multus, many, valere, value, vaccinus, cow
a vaccine prepared from several antigenic types within a species. Also called polyvalent vaccine.

pol·y·va·lent vac·cine

(pol'ē-vā'lĕnt vak-sēn')
A vaccine prepared from cultures of two or more strains of the same species or microorganism.
Synonym(s): multivalent vaccine.
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