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How reliable is diagnostic testing for Zika?


Globally, Brazil has been the hardest hit by the current Zika outbreak. Almost all cases of Zika-associated malformations in newborns have been reported from this country. DZIF scientists from the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have shown that molecular diagnostic tests for the Zika virus ...


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Bacteria block transmission of Zika and Dengue viruses


Scientists at the University of Glasgow have found a bacterial strain which blocks dengue and Zika virus transmission from mosquitoes. In the new study scientists show that a novel strain of the inherited bacteria Wolbachia strongly blocks transmission of dengue and Zika virus among infected ...


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Experimental insecticide explodes mosquitoes, not honeybees


In a new study, Vanderbilt pharmacologist Jerod Denton, Ph.D., Ohio State entomologist Peter Piermarini, Ph.D., and colleagues report an experimental molecule that inhibits kidney function in mosquitoes and thus might provide a new way to control the deadliest animal on Earth. The investigators ...


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