Virulent and avirulent strains of Semliki Forest virus show similar cell tropism for the murine central nervous system but differ in the severity and rate of induction of cytolytic damage

I. M. Balluz, G. M. Glasgow, H. M. Killen, M. J.M.E.F. Mabruk, B. J. Sheahan, G. J. Atkins

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