African and asian zika virus isolates display phenotypic differences both in vitro and in vivo

Darci R. Smith, Thomas R. Sprague, Bradley S. Hollidge, Stephanie M. Valdez, Susana L. Padilla, Stephanie A. Bellanca, Joseph W. Golden, Susan R. Coyne, David A. Kulesh, Lynn Jean Miller, Andrew D. Haddow, Jeff W. Koehler, Gregory D. Gromowski, Richard G. Jarman, Maria Theresa P. Alera, In Kyu Yoon, Rome Buathong, Robert G. Lowen, Christopher D. Kane, Timothy D. MinogueSina Bavari, Robert B. Tesh, Scott C. Weaver, Kenneth J. Linthicum, Margaret L. Pitt, Farooq Nasar

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