Antigenic variation among arboviruses (Publicado originalmente em 1965)
Shope, R. E
Antigenic variation is described among Caraparu virus strains originating in geographically separated regions of South and Central America. Five Caraparu strains originating in Belém, Pará, Brazil are very closely related in hemagglutination-inhibition testing. These brazilian strains can be differentiated from strains isolated outside of Brazil. Similar variation has been described previously with Yellow fever and Western Equine Encephalitis viruses. It is suggested that perhaps arthropod-borne virus strains vary from place to place because in different geographical locations they encounter different host species and different vector species which determine the antigenic population making up the predominant serological type in a given locality.
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citationSHOPE, R. E. Antigenic variation among arboviruses (Publicado originalmente em 1965). In: INSTITUTO EVANDRO CHAGAS (Belém). Memórias do Instituto Evandro Chagas, v. 8. Belém: Instituto Evandro Chagas, 2006. p. 17-21. (Produção científica, v. 8).
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Infecções por Arbovirus / transmissão