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1952 Report of the Consultative Group on Laboratory Investigation of Dried Smallpox Vaccine, 23-25 Jun 1952 WHO WHO/Smallpox/3 DAH: Chesney Med Arch
1956 Laboratory and vaccination studies with dried smallpox vaccines Cockburn WC, Cross RM, Downie AW, Dumbell KR, Kaplan C, McClean D, Payne AM WHO/Smallpox/5
and Bull WHO 16(1): 63-77
WHO: 10665/67136
PMCID: PMC2538200
1957 The keeping quality of smallpox vaccine Irwin JO WHO/Smallpox/6 WHO: 10665/67137
1957 Studies with dried and glycerinated smallpox vaccines of full and diminished potencies Cross RM, Kaplan C, McClean D WHO/Smallpox/8
and Bull WHO 1958 19(1):123-8
WHO: 10665/67124
PMCID: PMC2537703
1959 A study of the immunogenicity of smallpox vaccines Soloviev VD, Mastyukova YN Bull WHO 1959 20(6):1099-110 PMCID: PMC2537898
1960 Kinetics of deterioration of smallpox vaccine Fisek NH Bull WHO 1960 22(3-4):435-7 PMCID: PMC2555338
1961 Comparison of dried vaccine with fresh Indian buffalo-calf lymph in revaccination against smallpox Hobday TL, Rao AR, Kempe CH, Downie AW Bull WHO 1961 25(1):69-71 PMCID: PMC2555553
1962 Relationship between pock counts on chorio-allantoic membrane and percentages of "takes" in primary vaccination of human beings with two smallpox vaccines Polak MF, Brans LM, Beundersb J, van der WA Bull WHO 1962 27(3):311-6 PMCID: PMC2555764
1963 A comparative study of clinical reaction observed after application of several smallpox vaccines in primary vaccination of young adults Polak MF, Beunders BJW, van der Werff AR, Sanders EW, van Klaveren JN, Brans LM Smallpox/WP/27
and Bull WHO 1963 29(3):311-22
WHO: 10665/67681
PMCID: PMC2554966
1964 The relation between potency of vaccine used in smallpox vaccination and immunity produced Polak MF Smallpox/WP/9 WHO: 10665/67699
1965 Smallpox vaccination studies with serial dilutions of vaccine
– I. Primary vaccination and revaccination in human adults Espmark JA Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand 1965 63(1):97-115 DOI: 10.1111/apm.1965.63.1.97
– II. Statistical evaluation of quantal response data Espmark JA Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand 1965 63:116-26 DOI: 10.1111/apm.1965.63.1.116
– III. Comparison of take rates in two age groups of infants (less than 10 weeks and 5-12 months old esespectively) Espmark JA, Rabo E Acta Paediatr Scand 1965 54(2):149-54 DOI: 10.1111/j.1651-2227.1965.tb06356.x
– IV. Graded local responses and fever reactions following primary vaccinations in children Espmark JA Acta Paediatr Scand 1965 54(3):239-46 DOI: 10.1111/j.1651-2227.1965.tb06367.x
1966 [Comparative study of the inoculability, reactogenicity and antigenic activity of smallpox vaccines prepared from various strains (preliminary report)]. Russian Marennikova SS, Tashpulatov GM Vopr Virusol 1966 11(3):266-72
1966 [Comparative evaluation of smallpox vaccines]. Russian Unanov SS, Marennikova SS, Akatova EM, Gurvich EB, Kantsova TI, Mal'tseva NN, Milushin VN, Plutenko KI, Shutov AV Vopr Virusol 1966 11(5):519-25

1969 [Laboratory markers of the reactogenicity of smallpox vaccines]. Russian Marennikova SS, Svet-Moldavskaia IA, Mal'tseva NM Vopr Virusol 1969 14(5):579-84
1972 Some factors determining differences in the antigenicity of vaccinia virus strains Marennikova SS, Climiskjan KL, Senkman LS, Macevic GR Bull WHO 1972 46(2):159-63 PMCID: PMC2480707
1975 Evaluation of two kinds of smallpox vaccine: CVI-78 and calf lymph vaccine
– I. Clinical and serologic response to primary vaccination Wesley RB, Speers WC, Neff JM, Ruben FL, Lourie B Pediatr Res 1975 9(8):624-8 DOI: 10.1203/00006450-197508000-00002
— II. Clinical and serologic observations of response to revaccination with calf lymph vaccine Speers WC, Wesley RB, Neff JM, Goldstein J, Lourie B Pediatr Res 1975 9(8):628-32 DOI: 10.1203/00006450-197508000-00003
1977 Clinical and serologic study of four smallpox vaccines comparing variations of dose and route of administration
– Basic study and laboratory standardization Benenson AS, Cherry JD, McIntosh K, Connor JD, Alling DW, Nakano J, Rolfe UT, Schanberger JE, Todd WA, DeCastro F, Horvath FL, Bairan A, Phillips IA, Galasso GJ, Matthels MJ J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):135-44 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.135
– Primary percutaneous vaccination Cherry JD, McIntosh K, Connor JD, Benenson AS, Alling DW, Rolfe UT, Todd WA, Schanberger JE, Mattheis J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):145-54 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.145
– Standard percutaneous revaccination of children who receive primary percutaneous vaccination McIntosh K, Cherry JD, Benenson AS, Connor JD, Alling DW, Rolfe UT, Todd WA, Schanberger JE, Mattheis MJ J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):155-66 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.155
– Primary subcutaneous vaccination Connor JD, McIntosh K, Cherry JD, Benenson AS, Alling DW, Rolfe UT, Schanberger JE, Mattheis MJ J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):167-75 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.167
– Standard percutaneous revaccination of children who receive primary subcutaneous vaccination Cherry JD, Connor JD, McIntosh K, Benenson AS, Alling DW, Rolfe UT, Schanberger JE, Mattheis MJ J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):176-82 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.176
– Summary Galasso GJ, Mattheis MJ, Cherry JD, Connor JD, McIntosh K, Benenson AS, Alling DW J Infect Dis 1977 135(1):183-6 DOI: 10.1093/infdis/135.1.183
1977 Revaccination studies in children with graded potency of smallpox vaccines Pattanayak S, Sehgal CL, Choudhury S, Vijayan P Indian J Med Res 1977 65(6):756-9
1977 History and recent developments of smallpox vaccine Singh LM J Indian Med Assoc 1977 68(5):105-8