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Immature Zika Virus Study Could Explain More About Disease Transmission
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Immature Zika Virus Study Could Explain More About Disease TransmissionResearchers from Purdue University takes a leap on understanding how ZIka virus infects host cells and spreads by investigating the structure of immature Zikavirus.Their findings might also be useful in providing information for developing effective treatment and vaccines.Primarily, Zika is spread by the female Aedes aegypti mosquito.
Zika Virus Vaccines by Company Profile, Deals Type, Funding, Clinical Trials Insight, Regulatory Landscape & Recent Development – Military Technologies
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It is predicted that Zikavirus vaccines shot will available to the public by 2018.ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title Zika Virus Vaccines by Company Profile, Deals Type, Funding, Clinical Trials Insight, Regulatory Landscape & Recent Development to its growing collection of premium market research reports.Zika virus is an emerging viral disease that is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito, primarily Aedes aegypti, the same vector that transmits chikungunya, dengue and yellow fever.
luismmolina via Getty ImagesZika virus’ status as a global health threat may officially be over, but the disease’s impact is far from contained.The World Health Organization decided in November to end its designation of Zikavirus as a public health emergency, but that doesn’t mean that Zika virus has disappeared, explained Dr. Carlos Pardo-Villamizar, a clinical neurologist with an expertise in infectious disorders at Johns Hopkins Medicine.Alongside pressing concerns about how to prevent a resurgence of the disease, health care systems in Brazil and other countries that saw births of babies infected with the disease in utero now have to find a way to fund and facilitate expensive, intensive therapy and care for thousands of children who have been born with birth defects.