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Summary

A cross-neutralization study of 22 alphaviruses disclosed two major antigenic complexes and two viruses that were distinct from all the others. Cross-reactions were common but were restricted within the complexes. Sub-groupings within a complex were also shown, and some viruses proved to be indistinguishable by neutralization testing. The results generally paralleled previously reported data. Investigations were carried out, using BHK 21 cells in a micro tissue-culture system, on all available alphaviruses.

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1976-08-01
2019-11-14
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