Generation of a molecular clone of an attenuated lentivirus, a first step in understanding cytopathogenicity and virulence.

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Small ruminant lentiviruses infect goats and sheep, inducing clinical disease in a minority of infected animals. Following an eradication campaign, clinical cases may disappear in a population. The complete elimination of these lentiviruses is however difficult to achieve and the spreading of less virulent strains often parallels the elimination of their… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.virol.2015.09.027

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@article{BlattiCardinaux2016GenerationOA, title={Generation of a molecular clone of an attenuated lentivirus, a first step in understanding cytopathogenicity and virulence.}, author={Laure Blatti-Cardinaux and Giuliano Pisoni and M H Stoffel and Reto Zanoni and Marie-Luise Zahno and Giuseppe Bertoni}, journal={Virology}, year={2016}, volume={487}, pages={50-8} }