Last Posted: May 11, 2022
The distinguishing NS5-M114V mutation in American Zika virus isolates has negligible impacts on virus replication and transmission potential.
Peng Nias Y G et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2022 5 (5) e0010426
Genome-wide diversity of Zika virus: Exploring spatio-temporal dynamics to guide a new nomenclature proposal.
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Zika Virus Infection During Research Vaccine Development: Investigation of the Laboratory-Acquired Infection via Nanopore Whole-Genome Sequencing
Bang E, et al. Front Cell Infect Microbiol. 2022 Mar 7;12:819829.
A Retrospective Overview of Zika Virus Evolution in the Midwest of Brazil.
Giovanetti Marta et al. Microbiology spectrum 2022 3 e0015522
Tracing the Origin, Spread, and Molecular Evolution of Zika Virus in Puerto Rico, 2016-2017.
Santiago Gilberto A et al. Emerging infectious diseases 2021 10 (11) 2971-2973
A mutation-mediated evolutionary adaptation of Zika virus in mosquito and mammalian host.
Yu Xi et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2021 10 (42)
Viral genome-based Zika virus transmission dynamics in a paediatric cohort during the 2016 Nicaragua epidemic.
Sun Haoyang et al. EBioMedicine 2021 10 103596
Viral metagenomics reveals the presence of novel Zika virus variants in Aedes mosquitoes from Barbados.
Thannesberger J et al. Parasites & vectors 2021 7 (1) 343
Whole-exome sequencing reveals insights into genetic susceptibility to Congenital Zika Syndrome.
Borda Victor et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2021 6 (6) e0009507
First genetically modified mosquitoes released in the United States
E Watz, Nature News, May 4, 2021
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