Partially Neutralizing Potency against Emerging Genotype I Virus among Children Received Formalin-Inactivated Japanese Encephalitis Virus Vaccine

@inproceedings{Fan2012PartiallyNP,
  title={Partially Neutralizing Potency against Emerging Genotype I Virus among Children Received Formalin-Inactivated Japanese Encephalitis Virus Vaccine},
  author={Yi-Chin Fan and Jo-Mei Chen and H C Chiu and Yi-Ying Chen and Jen-Wei Lin and C K Shih and Chih-Ming Chen and Chao-chin Chang and Gwong-Jen J Chang and Shyan-Song Chiou},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Genotype I (GI) Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) that replaced GIII virus has become the dominant circulating virus in Asia. Currently, all registered live and inactivated JEV vaccines are derived from genotype III viruses. In Taiwan, the compulsory JEV vaccination policy recommends that children receives four doses of formalin-inactivated Nakayama (GIII) JEV vaccine. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS To evaluate the influence of genotype replacement on the post-vaccination viral… CONTINUE READING
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