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Vaccine schedules including bivalent oral and inactivated poliovirus vaccines will replace trivalent oral poliovirus vaccines in 2016. We evaluated rotavirus immunoglobulin A seroresponses when the second dose of Rotarix at 16 weeks was given concomitantly with inactivated or bivalent oral poliovirus vaccines. Rotavirus immunoglobulin A seroresponse rate at week 28 was 15% lower in recipients of bivalent oral poliovirus vaccines compared with inactivated poliovirus vaccines. Bivalent oral poliovirus vaccine decreases rotavirus IgA seroresponse rates when coadministered at 16 weeks of age.

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Sasirekha Ramani, Nora Mamani, Rodolfo Villena, Ananda S Bandyopadhyay, Chris Gast, Alicia Sato, Daniel Laucirica, Ralf Clemens, Mary K Estes, Miguel L O'Ryan. Rotavirus Serum IgA Immune Response in Children Receiving Rotarix Coadministered With bOPV or IPV. The Pediatric infectious disease journal. 2016 Oct;35(10):1137-9


PMID: 27254033

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