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|As Zika virus babies become toddlers, some can't see, walk or talk|
Added: 14.12.2017 20:23 | 7 views | 0 comments
December 15, 2017 4:23 AM
NEW YORK (NYTIMES) - As the first babies born with brain damage from the Zika epidemic become two-year-olds, the most severely affected are falling further behind in their development and will require a lifetime of care, according to a study published on Thursday (Dec 14) by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
|Monkeys infected by mosquito bites further Zika virus research|
Added: 14.12.2017 20:19 | 3 views | 0 comments
Monkeys who catch Zika virus through bites from infected mosquitoes develop infections that look like human Zika cases, and may help researchers understand the many ways Zika can be transmitted.
|US study sheds light on how Zika causes nerve disorder|
Added: 14.12.2017 1:54 | 14 views | 0 comments
A new study sheds light on how the mosquito-borne Zika virus causes a rare neurological condition, and the findings could have implications for companies working on Zika vaccines, US researchers said on Wednesday (Dec 13).
|Study sheds light on Zika nerve disorder|
Added: 14.12.2017 0:18 | 19 views | 0 comments
A new study sheds light on how the mosquito-borne Zika virus causes a rare neurological condition, and the findings could have implications for companies working on Zika vaccines, US researchers say.
|Anti-malaria drug shows promise as Zika virus treatment|
Added: 13.12.2017 19:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
A medication used to prevent and treat malaria may also be effective for Zika virus, scientists have discovered. The drug, called chloroquine, has a long history of safe use during pregnancy, and is relatively inexpensive.
|Vaccines protect fetuses from Zika infection, mouse study shows|
Added: 13.12.2017 2:11 | 3 views | 0 comments
Zika virus can cause severe brain damage in people infected before birth. A new study in mice shows that females vaccinated before pregnancy and infected with Zika virus while pregnant bear pups who show no trace of the virus. The findings offer the first evidence that an effective vaccine administered prior to pregnancy can protect vulnerable fetuses from Zika infection and resulting injury.
|How Zika virus induces congenital microcephaly|
Added: 12.12.2017 18:00 | 5 views | 0 comments
Epidemiological studies show that in utero fetal infection with the Zika virus (ZIKV) may lead to microcephaly, an irreversible congenital malformation of the brain characterized by an incomplete development of the cerebral cortex. However, the mechanism of Zika virus-associated microcephaly remains unclear. Scientists have now identified a specific mechanism leading to this microcephaly.
|New model for Zika developed to aid in testing vaccines and treatments|
Added: 12.12.2017 17:28 | 24 views | 0 comments
An alternative animal model that mimics key features of the Zika virus infection, including its lingering presence in bodily fluids, has been developed.
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