RABV-G mRNA vaccine stored at temperatures up to +40°C retains immunogenicity and protective for up to twelve months.
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<p>(A-B: storage for six months). Vaccine or control injections were done on day 0 and 21. Induction of rabies virus neutralizing antibodies was measured on day 35 in mice vaccinated with RABV-G mRNA stored from -80°C to +40°C or HDC stored at the recommended temperature of 4°C for six months (dashed line in A and C indicates the WHO recommended titer of 0.5 international units per ml [IU/ml]). (C, D: storage for twelve months) Mice were challenged with 40fold MLD<sub>50</sub> of rabies virus CVS-11, 71 (A, B) or 63 (C, D) days after the first immunization. Body weight was recorded after immunization using material stored for six (B) or (D) twelve months. For antibody titers, the mean is indicated, for body weight kinetics the mean and standard deviation is given (n = 5). Significance ** p < .001 to buffer control group was calculated using the Mann Whitney test.</p>