Last Posted: Jun 08, 2020
Point-of-Care Devices to Detect Zika and Other Emerging Viruses.
de Puig Helena et al. Annual review of biomedical engineering 2020 Jun 371-386
Genomic Epidemiology of 2015-2016 Zika Virus Outbreak in Cape Verde
Faye O, et al. Emerg Infect Dis, June 2020.
Zika Virus Amplification Using Strand Displacement Isothermal Method and Sequencing Using Nanopore Technology.
Hansen Sören et al. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) 2020 123-136
Using Next Generation Sequencing to Study the Genetic Diversity of Candidate Live Attenuated Zika Vaccines.
Collins Natalie D et al. Vaccines 2020 Apr (2)
Survey on Non-Human Primates and Mosquitoes Does not Provide Evidences of Spillover/Spillback between the Urban and Sylvatic Cycles of Yellow Fever and Zika Viruses Following Severe Outbreaks in Southeast Brazil.
Abreu Filipe Vieira Santos de et al. Viruses 2020 Mar (4)
A new multiplex RT-qPCR method for the simultaneous detection and discrimination of Zika and chikungunya viruses.
Broeders Sylvia et al. International journal of infectious diseases : IJID : official publication of the International Society for Infectious Diseases 2020 Mar 160-170
Emergence of evidence during disease outbreaks: lessons learnt from the Zika virus outbreak
Counotte MJ, et al. medRxiv, Mar 18, 2020.
Genomic and Epidemiological Surveillance of Zika Virus in the Amazon Region.
Giovanetti Marta et al. Cell reports 2020 Feb
In vivo rescue of recombinant Zika virus from an infectious cDNA clone and its implications in vaccine development.
Ávila-Pérez Gines et al. Scientific reports 2020 Jan (1) 512
Zika Virus Surveillance at the Human-Animal Interface in West-Central Brazil, 2017-2018.
Pauvolid-Corrêa Alex et al. Viruses 2019 Dec (12)
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