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Last Posted: Jan 16, 2023
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Development of an amplicon-based sequencing approach in response to the global emergence of human monkeypox virus External Web Site Icon
NFG Chen et al, MEDRXIV, January 13, 2023
Zika Virus Prediction Using AI-Driven Technology and Hybrid Optimization Algorithm in Healthcare. External Web Site Icon
Dadheech Pankaj et al. Journal of healthcare engineering 2022 20222793850
First genetically modified mosquitoes released in the United States External Web Site Icon
E Watz, Nature News, May 4, 2021
Researchers at Cuba's National Medical Genetics Center: Pioneering Studies on COVID-19. External Web Site Icon
Reed Gail A et al. MEDICC review 2021 23(1) 12-17
RNA vaccines: an introduction External Web Site Icon
PHG Foundation, November 2020
Classification of the interictal state with hypsarrhythmia from Zika Virus Congenital Syndrome and of the ictal state from epilepsy in childhood without hypsarrhythmia in EEGs using entropy measures. External Web Site Icon
Rocha Priscila L et al. Computers in biology and medicine 2020 Sep 126104014
Smart diagnostics devices through artificial intelligence and mechanobiological approaches. External Web Site Icon
Yadav Dinesh et al. 3 Biotech 2020 Aug 10(8) 351
Neurodevelopmental Abnormalities Associated With In Utero Zika Virus Infection in Infants and Children-The Unfolding Story. External Web Site Icon
Honein Margaret A et al. JAMA pediatrics 2020 Jan
Modified mosquitoes reduce cases of dengue fever- Insects infected with a disease-inhibiting bacterium were released in communities in Asia and South America External Web Site Icon
E Callaway, Nature, November 27, 2019
Mutations in ANKLE2, a ZIKA Virus Target, Disrupt an Asymmetric Cell Division Pathway in Drosophila Neuroblasts to Cause Microcephaly. External Web Site Icon
Link Nichole et al. Developmental cell 2019 Nov


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