Rabies Virus Populations in Humans and Mice Show Minor Inter-Host Variability within Various Central Nervous System Regions and Peripheral Tissues

Carmen W.E. Embregts*, Elmoubashar A.B.A. Farag, Devendra Bansal, Marjan Boter, Anne van der Linden, Vincent P. Vaes, Ingeborg van Middelkoop-van den Berg, Jeroen IJpelaar, Hisham Ziglam, Peter V. Coyle, Imad Ibrahim, Khaled A. Mohran, Muneera Mohammed Saleh Alrajhi, Md Mazharul Islam, Randa Abdeen, Abdul Aziz Al-Zeyara, Nidal Mahmoud Younis, Hamad Eid Al-Romaihi, Mohammad Hamad J. AlThani, Reina S. SikkemaMarion P.G. Koopmans, Bas B. Oude Munnink, Corine H. GeurtsvanKessel

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