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#Analysis of recent #scientific #information on #avian #influenza A(#H7N9) virus - 10 February 2017 (@WHO, edited)

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22 Jan 2017

#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–January 22 2017 #Update, Issue No. 49

 

Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–January 22 2017 #Update, Issue No. 49.

Subject: Zika Virus Infection and related complications research, weekly references library update.

Source: AMEDEO, homepage: (LINK).

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This Week’s References:

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  1. ALBUQUERQUE PC, Castro MJ, Santos-Gandelman J, Oliveira AC, et al.
  2. GHOUZZI VE, Bianchi FT, Molineris I, Mounce BC, et al.
    • ZIKA virus elicits P53 activation and genotoxic stress in human neural progenitors similar to mutations involved in severe forms of genetic microcephaly and p53.
  3. LENNEMANN NJ, Coyne CB.
    • Dengue and Zika viruses subvert reticulophagy by NS2B3-mediated cleavage of FAM134B.
  4. ANDERSEN LK, Azulay-Abulafia L, Davis MD.
  5. AHRENS KA, Hutcheon JA, Gavin L, Moskosky S, et al.
    • Reducing Unintended Pregnancies as a Strategy to Avert Zika-Related Microcephaly Births in the United States: A Simulation Study.
  6. JACOBS-WINGO J, Ezeoke I, Saffa A, Tate A, et al.
  7. WOLF B, Diop F, Ferraris P, Wichit S, et al.
  8. HICKMAN HD, Pierson TC.
  9. RAUSCH K, Hackett BA, Weinbren NL, Reeder SM, et al.
  10. DINIZ D, Gumieri S, Bevilacqua BG, Cook RJ, et al.
  11. SACRAMENTO CQ, de Melo GR, de Freitas CS, Rocha N, et al.
  12. JOOB B, Wiwanitkit V.
  13. LI S, Shi Y, Zheng K, Dai J, et al.
  14. MANORE CA, Ostfeld RS, Agusto FB, Gaff H, et al.
    • Defining the Risk of Zika and Chikungunya Virus Transmission in Human Population Centers of the Eastern United States.
  15. HAMEL R, Ferraris P, Wichit S, Diop F, et al.
    • African and Asian Zika virus strains differentially induce early antiviral responses in primary human astrocytes.
  16. WONG SJ, Furuya A, Zou J, Xie X, et al.
  17. BARBOSA-LIMA G, da Silveira Pinto LS, Kaiser CR, Wardell JL, et al.
    • N-(2-(arylmethylimino)ethyl)-7-chloroquinolin-4-amine derivatives, synthesized by thermal and ultrasonic means, are endowed with anti-Zika virus activity.
  18. MOREIRA A, Alonso-Calvo R, Munoz A, Crespo J, et al.
    • Enhancing Collaborative Case Diagnoses Through Unified Medical Language System-Based Disambiguation: A Case Study of the Zika Virus.
  19. DEL CARPIO-ORANTES L, Gonzales-Clemente MM.
  20. PAUL LM, Carlin ER, Jenkins MM, Tan AL, et al.
  21. MEKALA HM, Jayakumar P, Yeruva RR, Lippmann S, et al.
  22. YOKOYAMA S, Starmer WT.
  23. MOTA MT, Terzian AC, Silva ML, Estofolete C, et al.
  24. VICTORA CG, Castro MC, Franca GV, Schuler-Faccini L, et al.
  25. VOUGA M, Musso D, Schaub B, Panchaud A, et al.
  26. GERARDIN P, Cao-Lormeau VM, Musso D, Despres P, et al.
  27. VON SEIDLEIN L, Kekule AS, Strickman D.
  28. LI X, Liu T, Lin L, Song T, et al.
    • Application of the analytic hierarchy approach to the risk assessment of Zika virus disease transmission in Guangdong Province, China.

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Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika References Library.

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