Genotype-specific features reduce the susceptibility of South American yellow fever virus strains to vaccine-induced antibodies

Denise Haslwanter, Gorka Lasso, Anna Z. Wec, Nathália Dias Furtado, Lidiane Menezes Souza Raphael, Alexandra L. Tse, Yan Sun, Stephanie Stransky, Núria Pedreño-Lopez, Carolina Argondizo Correia, Zachary A. Bornholdt, Mrunal Sakharkar, Vivian I. Avelino-Silva, Crystal L. Moyer, David I. Watkins, Esper G. Kallas, Simone Sidoli, Laura M. Walker, Myrna C. Bonaldo, Kartik Chandran

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