Semliki Forest virus


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Semliki Forest virus

an alphavirus in the family Togaviridae rarely associated with human disease.
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Sem·li·ki For·est vi·rus

(sem'lē-kē fōr'ĕst vī'rŭs)
An alphavirus in the family Togaviridae rarely associated with human disease.
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Semliki Forest,

forest in Uganda where the virus is transmitted by mosquitos.
Semliki Forest virus - an alphavirus in the family Togaviridae rarely associated with human disease.
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Semliki Forest virus expression system: production of conditionally infectious recombinant particles.
Two-Helper RNA System for Production of Recombinant Semliki Forest Virus Particles.
Semliki Forest virus vectors for in vitro and in vivo applications.
Novel Semliki Forest virus vectors with reduced cytotoxicity and temperature sensitivity for long-term enhancement of transgene expression.
Novel mutant Semliki Forest virus vectors: gene expression and localization studies in neuronal cells.
Replicon vectors derived from Sindbis virus and Semliki forest virus that establish persistent replication in host cells.