Neural Tissue Vaccine

Vaccines made from nerve tissue, such as the rabies vaccine, are known as neural tissue vaccines. However, nerve tissue vaccinations cause more severe adverse responses and are less immunogenic than cell culture-derived vaccines; as a result, WHO (World Health Organization) does not advocate their manufacturing or usage.

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Kindly explain me about antirabies vaccine.

Query: Hello doctor, I was bitten by a dog 10 days ago and got my first antirabies vaccine the next day. Also I got the second and third dose with a gap of three days, respectively. The wound was quite deep and the dog was unknown and untraceable. Everyone guiding me to take complete course of antirabies v...  Read Full »


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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I am sorry for the dog bite. But, I am glad that you have taken the correct schedule of vaccines till now. Basically there are two types of antirabies vaccines. Neural tissue vaccine. Tissue culture vaccine. Of these neural tissue vaccines¬†is given in the anterior abdom...  Read Full »

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