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The induction of a secretory antibody response to inactivated virus vaccines is dependent both on the route of administration and on the recipient's prior antigenic experience. , in nasal washes) are of low magnitude and occur infrequently after both parenteral and intranasal administration of vaccine. Parenteral administration produced a local IgG response, detected by ELISA, in 94% of primed recipients, whereas local IgA responses developed in only 38% (CLEMENTS et al. 1985). In contrast, local IgA responses develop in the majority of primed recipients after intranasal administration (WRIGHT et al.
1985). Both classes of Th cells produced IL-2, highlighting the observation (LUKACHER 1985) that class I MHC-restricted cells which were inactive as Th cells did not secrete IL-2. On this basis, it is not unreasonable to postulate that during generation in a primary (in vivo) or secondary (in vitro) response, cells of a given lineage may preferentially display different activities at different times while proliferating and differentiating after stimulation. v. injection of infectious virus - a single pulse, as only abortive replication occurs in mice.
1984). Ca recipients were completely protected against illness compared with a 72% efficacy in the inactivated virus vaccinees. Infection occurred in 19% of ca vaccinees and in 63% of inactivated virus vaccinees. Furthermore, nasal wash viral titers were 1000-fold lower in ca vaccinees shedding virus. Adult recipients of an H1N1 ca reassortant (10 7 . 8 TCID so ) were similarly protected against illness on challenge 1-3 months later (82% efficacy) and against infection - 18% of vaccinees were infected with 1000-fold lower viral titers than nonvaccinated controls (BETTS et al.