neurovaccine

neurovaccine

 [noor″o-vak´sēn]
vaccine virus prepared by growing the virus in the brain of a rabbit.
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neu·ro·vac·cine

(nū'rō-vak-sēn),
A fixed or standardized vaccine virus of definite strength, obtained by continued passage through the brain of rabbits; old way to prepare rabies vaccine.
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neu·ro·vac·cine

(nūr'ō-vak-sēn')
A fixed or standardized vaccine virus of definite strength, obtained by continued passage through the brains of rabbits.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012