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#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–January 29 2017 #Update, Issue No. 50

 

Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–January 29 2017 #Update, Issue No. 50.

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. MA W, Li S, Ma S, Jia L, et al.
  2. AAGAARD KM, Lahon A, Suter MA, Arya RP, et al.
  3. ZHOU K, Wang L, Yu D, Huang H, et al.
  4. NICOLINI AM, McCracken KE, Yoon JY.
  5. EPPES C, Rac M, Dunn J, Versalovic J, et al.
    • Testing for Zika Virus (ZIKV) Infection in Pregnancy: Key Concepts to Deal with an Emerging Epidemic.
  6. SUN G, Larsen CN, Baumgarth N, Klem EB, et al.
  7. LEHNERT JD, Ellingson MK, Goryoka GW, Kasturi R, et al.
    • Use of Obstetric Practice Web Sites to Distribute Zika Virus Information to Pregnant Women During a Zika Virus Outbreak.
  8. VAN DEN POL AN, Mao G, Yang Y, Ornaghi S, et al.
  9. OGDEN NH, Fazil A, Safronetz D, Drebot MA, et al.
    • Risk of travel-related cases of Zika virus infection is predicted by transmission intensity in outbreak-affected countries.
  10. ZHOU H, Wang F, Wang H, Chen C, et al.
  11. SUWANMANEE S, Luplertlop N.
  12. ZHANG ZW, Li ZL, Yuan S.
  13. KULKARNI SA, Strobelt E, Sargsyan Z.
  14. IWANITKIT V.
  15. SINGH MV, Weber EA, Singh VB, Stirpe NE, et al.
    • Preventive and therapeutic challenges in combating Zika virus infection: are we getting any closer?
  16. CARDOSO CW, Kikuti M, Prates AP, Paploski IA, et al.
  17. GARCEZ PP, Nascimento JM, de Vasconcelos JM, Madeiro da Costa R, et al.
  18. LIN G, Zhang K, Zhang D, Han Y, et al.
    • Fast preparation of a long chimeric armored RNA as controls for external quality assessment for molecular detection of Zika virus.
  19. SANTOS J, Meneses BM.
    • An integrated approach for the assessment of the Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus global spatial distribution, and determination of the zones susceptible to the development of Zika virus.
  20. ULIBARRI G, Betanzos A, Betanzos M, Rojas JJ, et al.
    • Preliminary results on the control of Aedes spp. in a remote Guatemalan community vulnerable to dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus: community participation and use of low-cost ecological ovillantas for mosquito control.
  21. WONG G, Li S, Liu L, Liu Y, et al.
  22. XIANG B, Gao P, Kang Y, Ren T, et al.
  23. RAHMAN NA, Huhtaniemi I.
  24. RUSSO FB, Beltrao-Braga PC.
  25. WIKAN N, Smith DR.
  26. PENOT P, Balavoine S, Leplatois A, Brichler S, et al.
    • Five cases of acute Zika virus infection in French women of reproductive age returning from Central and South America.
  27. HERSHEY DW.
  28. YIN Y, Xu Y, Su L, Zhu X, et al.
    • Epidemiologic investigation of a family cluster of imported ZIKV cases in Guangdong, China: probable human-to-human transmission.
  29. GOVINDARAJAN M, Benelli G.
    • Eco-friendly larvicides from Indian plants: Effectiveness of lavandulyl acetate and bicyclogermacrene on malaria, dengue and Japanese encephalitis mosquito vectors.
  30. CHOW A, Ho H, Win MK, Leo YS, et al.
  31. FRIEDRICH MJ.
  32. PENOT P, Brichler S, Guilleminot J, Lascoux-Combe C, et al.
  33. HEITMANN A, Jansen S, Luhken R, Leggewie M, et al.
  34. VIENNET E, Mincham G, Frentiu FD, Jansen CC, et al.

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Keywords: Zika References Library; Research; Abstracts.

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