adjuvant vaccine

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ad·ju·vant vac·cine

a vaccine that contains an adjuvant; the antigen (immunogen) is included in a water-in-oil emulsion (Freund incomplete type adjuvant), or is adsorbed onto an inorganic gel (alum, aluminum hydroxide or phosphate) or mixed with another material to prevent rapid elimination by the host.
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Briefly, montanide ISA 70 SEPPIC and Al [(OH).sub.3] hydrogel were used as the adjuvant in oil vaccine and in aqueous vaccine.
But, in the serum of immunized deer for the first seven days, the serum antibodies in oil vaccine group, aqueous vaccine group, and inactivated BVDV vaccine group were significantly higher than negative groups (P < 0.05).