The best-known and oldest illustration of the use of these vaccines is that of smallpox.
Name the diseases for which we now have vaccines and antitoxins.
He did so with the two first vaccines, without other accident than a slight fever.
When there are successive crops of boils, recourse should be had to vaccines.
Vaccines may be had recourse to in those of bacterial origin.
None of these vaccines is so powerful, or so certain in its effects, as the diphtheria antitoxin.
Instead of broth cultures, normal salt solution suspensions of killed pest bacilli are usually used in vaccines at present.
These vaccines are composed of several strains of the organisms usually found in these pustular infections of the horse.
Vaccines for bacterial diseases are frequently called bacterins.
We have two kinds of vaccines already, the cow-pox vaccine and the killed cultures of bacteria introduced by Wright.