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Volume 6, Number 1—February 2000

Perspective

Japanese Encephalitis Immunization in South Korea: Past, Present, and Future

Young Mo SohnComments to Author 
Author affiliation: Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea

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A. Plaque-reduction neutralizing antibody titers (PRNT) according to interval since last booster injection with Nakayama vaccine among 311 South Korean children, 1996. B. PRNT antibody seropositivity rate according to the interval since last booster injection.

Figure 4. A. Plaque-reduction neutralizing antibody titers (PRNT) according to interval since last booster injection with Nakayama vaccine among 311 South Korean children, 1996. B. PRNT antibody seropositivity rate according to the interval since last booster injection.

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