Last Posted: Jul 09, 2020
Application of Next-Generation Sequencing to Reveal How Evolutionary Dynamics of Viral Population Shape Dengue Epidemiology.
Ko Hui-Ying et al. Frontiers in microbiology 2020 1371
Origin and evolution of dengue virus type 2 causing outbreaks in Kenya: Evidence of circulation of two cosmopolitan genotype lineages.
Langat Solomon K et al. Virus evolution 2020 Jan (1) veaa026
Genomic detection of a virus lineage replacement event of dengue virus serotype 2 in Brazil, 2019.
de Jesus Jaqueline Goes et al. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 2020 e190423
Fine-scale population genetic structure of dengue mosquito vector, Aedes aegypti, in metropolitan manila, Philippines.
Carvajal Thaddeus M et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2020 May (5) e0008279
Under-the-Radar Dengue Virus Infections in Natural Populations of Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes.
Boyles Sean M et al. mSphere 2020 Apr (2)
Evolution of kdr haplotypes in worldwide populations of Aedes aegypti: Independent origins of the F1534C kdr mutation.
Cosme Luciano Veiga et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2020 Apr (4) e0008219
Genomic epidemiological characteristics of dengue fever in Guangdong province, China from 2013 to 2017.
Sun Bangyao et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2020 Mar (3) e0008049
DEN-IM: dengue virus genotyping from amplicon and shotgun metagenomic sequencing.
Mendes Catarina I et al. Microbial genomics 2020 Mar
Detection of dengue virus type 2 of Indian origin in acute febrile patients in rural Kenya.
Masika Moses Muia et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2020 Mar (3) e0008099
Assessment of a multiplex PCR and Nanopore-based method for dengue virus sequencing in Indonesia.
Stubbs Samuel C B et al. Virology journal 2020 Feb (1) 24
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