Successive Respiratory Syncytial Virus Epidemics in Local Populations Arise from Multiple Variant Introductions Providing Insights into Virus Persistence.

Agoti, CN; Otieno, JR; Ngama, M; Mwihuri, AG; Medley, GF; Cane, PA; Nokes, DJ; (2015) Successive Respiratory Syncytial Virus Epidemics in Local Populations Arise from Multiple Variant Introductions Providing Insights into Virus Persistence. Journal of virology, 89 (22). pp. 11630-42. ISSN 0022-538X DOI: https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.01972-15

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