New research says genetic change possibly behind recent Zika outbreaks – Xinhua
01/30/2018
New research says genetic change possibly behind recent Zika outbreaksXinhuaSAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) — What caused the Zika virus, which had lain low since its discovery in the forests of Uganda in the 1940s, to trigger such severe outbreaks in recent times? A group of researchers say a gene mutation detected after …and more »
Zika Vaccine Candidate Gets Fast Track Designation – Monthly Prescribing Reference
01/29/2018
FiercePharmaZika Vaccine Candidate Gets Fast Track DesignationMonthly Prescribing ReferenceAn investigational Zika virus vaccine, TAK-426 (Takeda), has been granted Fast Track designation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). TAK-426 is a purified, inactivated, alum-adjuvanted, whole vaccine candidate. It is currently being assessed in …Takeda's Zika vaccine candidate wins FDA fast track statusFiercePharmaFDA gives fast-track designation to Takeda's Zika vaccine candidateHealioTakeda's Zika vaccine gets US FDA's 'fast track' statusReutersall 6 news articles »
Zika Attacks Placentas of Pregnant Monkeys, Study Finds – U.S. News & World Report
01/26/2018
Zika Attacks Placentas of Pregnant Monkeys, Study FindsU.S. News & World ReportFRIDAY, Jan. 26, 2018 (HealthDay News) — When Zika infection occurs during pregnancy, the virus may damage the placenta, new research finds. This may explain how the infection causes birth defects. It hasn't been clear how Zika infection can cause …and more »
Scots scientists discover bacterial strain which blocks deadly Zika virus – The Scotsman
01/26/2018
The ScotsmanScots scientists discover bacterial strain which blocks deadly Zika virusThe ScotsmanScientists at the University of Glasgow have found a bacterial strain which blocks dengue and Zika virus transmission from mosquitoes. In the new study, published today in PLOS Pathogens, scientists show that a novel strain of the inherited bacteria …
Zika linked to rise in birth defects: US gov't report – Xinhua
01/25/2018
XinhuaZika linked to rise in birth defects: US gov't reportXinhuaAreas with local transmission of Zika — southern Florida, a portion of south Texas, and Puerto Rico — saw a 21 percent increase in birth defects in the second half of 2016 compared with the first half of that year, according to the study published in …

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