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#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–September 26 2016 #Update, Issue No. 34

 

Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–September 26 2016 #Update, Issue No. 34.

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. SAIZ JC, Blazquez AB, De Oya NJ, Merino-Ramos T, et al.
  2. RICHARD V, Paoaafaite T, Cao-Lormeau VM.
  3. LAHON A, Arya RP, Kneubehl AR, Vogt MB, et al.
  4. MEDINA MT, England JD, Lorenzana I, Medina-Montoya M, et al.
  5. MISHRA B, Behera B.
  6. DI GUARDO G, Braga PB, Peron JP.
  7. MLACKER S, Shafa G, Aldahan AS, Shah VV, et al.
  8. LIU S, DeLalio LJ, Isakson BE, Wang TT, et al.
  9. WIWANITKIT V.
  10. WIWANITKIT V.
  11. IBRAHIM NK.
    • Zika virus: Epidemiology, current phobia and preparedness for upcoming mass gatherings, with examples from World Olympics and Pilgrimage.
  12. WU J, Huang DY, Ma JT, Ma YH, et al.
  13. EBOIGBODIN KE, Brummer M, Ojalehto T, Hoser M, et al.
    • Rapid molecular diagnostic test for Zika virus with low demands on sample preparation and instrumentation.
  14. MARTINEZ-PALOMO A.
  15. HALL-MENDELIN S, Pyke AT, Moore PR, Mackay IM, et al.
    • Assessment of Local Mosquito Species Incriminates Aedes aegypti as the Potential Vector of Zika Virus in Australia.
  16. LYSAGHT T, Lee TL, Watson S, Lederman Z, et al.
  17. TORRES JR, Martinez N, Moros Z.
  18. MACHADO-ALBA JE, Machado-Duque ME, Gaviria-Mendoza A, Orozco-Giraldo V, et al.
  19. DO ROSARIO MS, de Jesus PA, Vasilakis N, Farias DS, et al.
  20. KADING RC, Schountz T.
  21. MAYOR S.
  22. DE ARAUJO TV, Rodrigues LC, de Alencar Ximenes RA, de Barros Miranda-Filho D, et al.
    • Association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly in Brazil, January to May, 2016: preliminary report of a case-control study.
  23. BRASIL P, Nielsen-Saines K.
  24. OLIVEIRA DB, Almeida FJ, Durigon EL, Mendes EA, et al.
  25. WERNER H, Guedes B, Fazecas T, Nogueira R, et al.
  26. SARNO M, Aquino M, Pimentel K, Cabral R, et al.
    • Progressive lesions of Central Nervous System in microcephalic fetuses with suspected congenital Zika virus syndrome.
  27. SAMY AM, Thomas SM, Wahed AA, Cohoon KP, et al.

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Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika Virus; Zika References Library.

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