[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Current Japanese encephalitis vaccines are derived from strains of genotype III, yet
heterologous genotypes are emerging in endemic areas. Inactivated vaccines given to
European travelers were found to elicit protective levels of neutralizing antibodies
against heterologous strains of genotypes I–IV.
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: International travelers commonly contract infections while abroad, many of which are primary neurological diseases or have potential neurological sequelae. The implications of these neuroinfectious diseases extend beyond the individual, since returning travelers may contribute to the spread of infection in novel areas. In this review, we discuss signs, symptoms, treatments, and prophylaxes for these infections, as well as emerging trends with regard to neuroinfectious diseases of the returning traveler.
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