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Immunological studies with group B arthropod-borne viruses. V. Evaluation of cross-immunity against type 1 dengue fever in human subjects convalescent from subclinical natural Japanese encephalitis virus infection and vaccinated with 17D strain yellow fever vaccine


Immunological studies with group B arthropod-borne viruses. V. Evaluation of cross-immunity against type 1 dengue fever in human subjects convalescent from subclinical natural Japanese encephalitis virus infection and vaccinated with 17D strain yellow fever vaccine



American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 15(4): 588-600



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