Acellular vaccine

a vaccine that contains cellular material but not complete cells, specifically, antigenic or allergenic parts of cells.
contemporary examples

they note that the acellular vaccine does not offer as long-lasting protection as the old whole-cell versions did.
ignore the fear mongering: whooping cough vaccine works amanda schaffer february 21, 2013

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