[No ELISA detectable alterations in immunogenicity following dry-hear treatment (72 hours at 80 degrees C) of FANHDI].
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Dec 01, 1999
The data obtained in these studies suggest that the heat treatment of viral inactivation as applied in Fanhdi, does not give rise to any major alteration in immunogenicity of the product. The data from clinical and drug surveillance studies carried out with Fanhdi do not show any indication of an increase in the frequency of inhibitors.
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