Two Sides of a Coin: a Zika Virus Mutation Selected in Pregnant Rhesus Macaques Promotes Fetal Infection in Mice but at a Cost of Reduced Fitness in Nonpregnant Macaques and Diminished Transmissibility by Vectors

Danilo Lemos, Jackson B. Stuart, William Louie, Anil Singapuri, Ana L. Ramírez, Jennifer Watanabe, Jodie Usachenko, Rebekah I. Keesler, Claudia Sanchez San Martin, Tony Li, Calla Martyn, Glenn Oliveira, Sharada Saraf, Nathan D. Grubaugh, Kristian G. Andersen, James Thissen, Jonathan Allen, Monica Borucki, Konstantin A. Tsetsarkin, Alexander G. PletnevCharles Y. Chiu, Koen K.A. van Rompay, Lark L. Coffey

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