The Zika virus preferentially targets glioblastoma stem cells.
This updated interim guidance is based on current, limited data about Zika virus infection, and reflects the information available as of September 2017.
A rapid immunochromatography approach can differentiate dengue and Zika virus cases
The Zika virus may be associated with a high risk for neurologic complications in affected adults.
A new research letter claims that 27 viruses can be found in human semen.
A single serine to glutamin substitution (S139N) in the viral polyprotein substantially increased Zika virus infectivity in both human and mouse neural progenitor cells.
Volunteer participants received either 1 mg or 2 mg doses of the GLS-5700 vaccine over 12 weeks.
Retinal maldevelopment associated with congenital Zika syndrome is similar to the maldevelopment seen with cobalamin C deficiency.
The Zika virus thrives in pregnant women by suppressing their already dampened immune systems and running roughshod over their body's natural defenses.
The Zika virus might not last in the semen of infected men as long as previously thought.
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