Last Posted: Jan 10, 2019
The evolution of Zika virus from Asia to the Americas.
Liu Zhong-Yu et al. Nature reviews. Microbiology 2019 Jan
Persistence and Intra-Host Genetic Evolution of Zika Virus Infection in Symptomatic Adults: A Special View in the Male Reproductive System.
Oliveira Danielle B L et al. Viruses 2018 11 (11)
Integrative Analysis of Zika Virus Genome RNA Structure Reveals Critical Determinants of Viral Infectivity.
Li Pan et al. Cell host & microbe 2018 Dec (6) 875-886.e5
Minimum InDel pattern analysis of the Zika virus.
Lee Hyeji et al. BMC genomics 2018 Jul (1) 535
Genetic variability of the Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquito in El Salvador, vector of dengue, yellow fever, chikungunya and Zika.
Joyce Andrea L et al. Parasites & vectors 2018 Dec (1) 637
Tet-Inducible Production of Infectious Zika Virus from the Full-Length cDNA Clones of African- and Asian-Lineage Strains.
Zhang Lizhou et al. Viruses 2018 Dec (12)
Widespread circulation of West Nile virus, but not Zika virus in southern Iran.
Ziyaeyan Mazyar et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2018 Dec (12) e0007022
Investigating the Role of Easter Island in Migration of Zika Virus from South Pacific to Americas.
Delatorre Edson et al. Emerging infectious diseases 2018 Nov (11) 2119-2121
Familiar barriers still unresolved-a perspective on the Zika virus outbreak research response.
Koopmans Marion et al. The Lancet. Infectious diseases 2018 Nov
Zika Virus and the Safety of Blood Supply in Brazil: A Retrospective Epidemiological Evaluation.
Benites Bruno Deltreggia et al. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 2018 Nov
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