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Dec 9, 2023 | 01:40 am
Viruses have limited genetic material-;and few proteins-;so all the pieces must work extra hard. Zika is a great example; the virus only produces 10 proteins.
Dec 1, 2023 | 03:55 am
A simple-to-apply, needle-free vaccine patch is being developed to protect people from the potentially deadly mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Nov 29, 2023 | 21:05 pm
A new AI-assisted molecular diagnostic platform capable of identifying variants of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases has been developed by scientists in the UK. The low cost, portable device could play a crucial role in preventing future pandemics due to its accuracy and versatility.
Nov 10, 2023 | 04:13 am
Scoping review in "Pediatric Research" examines the rise of pediatric viral diseases in the 21st century and underscores the importance of a One Health approach, integrating human, animal, and ecosystem health, to combat these emerging and re-emerging infectious threats effectively.
Nov 7, 2023 | 04:09 am
The fight against dengue fever has a new weapon: a mosquito infected with the bacteria Wolbachia, which prevents the spread of the virus.
Oct 19, 2023 | 18:56 pm
As the COVID-19 pandemic scattered and isolated people, researchers across Virginia Tech connected for a data-driven collaboration seeking improved drugs to fight the disease and potentially many other illnesses.
Oct 9, 2023 | 10:11 am
Takeda today announced that the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization shared recommendations for use of QDENGA® (Dengue Tetravalent Vaccine [Live, Attenuated]) (TAK-003).
Sep 21, 2023 | 06:22 am
As climate change accelerates, it is becoming increasingly important to study the impact of climate change on human health.
Aug 22, 2023 | 13:44 pm
When Maira Gutiérrez was diagnosed with Chagas disease in 1997, neither she nor her primary care physician had even heard of the malady. She discovered her illness only by chance, after participating in a Red Cross blood drive organized by her employer, Universal Studios.
Jul 12, 2023 | 01:58 am
Detrimental effects of all severities of maternal dengue infections on birth outcomes have been discovered in a new research study from the University of Surrey and the University of Birmingham.