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#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–October 4 2016 #Update, Issue No. 35

 

Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–October 4 2016 #Update, Issue No. 35.

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. TICCONI C, Pietropolli A, Rezza G.
  2. ALONSO JP.
  3. SIMONIN Y, Loustalot F, Desmetz C, Foulongne V, et al.
  4. LAMB LE, Bartolone SN, Kutluay SB, Robledo D, et al.
  5. LEONARDI W, Zilbermintz L, Cheng LW, Zozaya J, et al.
  6. FALCAO MB, Cimerman S, Luz KG, Chebabo A, et al.
  7. VENTURA CV, Albini TA, Berrocal AM.
  8. FERNANDO S, Fernando T, Stefanik M, Eyer L, et al.
  9. FARIA NR, Sabino EC, Nunes MR, Alcantara LC, et al.
  10. BHATTACHARJEE AK, Basak SC.
    • Editorial: Spilled Over Emerging Infectious Diseases Necessitate an Accelerated Drug Design and Discovery Program: Some Comments with Special Reference to Chemoinformatics and the Current Zika Virus Crisis.
  11. ROSENBERG AZ, Yu W, Hill DA, Reyes CA, et al.
    • Placental Pathology of Zika Virus: Viral Infection of the Placenta Induces Villous Stromal Macrophage (Hofbauer Cell) Proliferation and Hyperplasia.
  12. KUNA A, Gajewski M.
  13. VYTHILINGAM I, Sam JI, Chan YF, Khaw LT, et al.
    • New Paradigms for Virus Detection, Surveillance and Control of Zika Virus Vectors in the Settings of Southeast Asia.
  14. KELLEY T, Richards S.
  15. GOEBEL S, Snyder B, Sellati T, Saeed M, et al.
  16. BARNAY JL, Cabie A, Abel S, Javelle E, et al.
    • Neurotropism of arboviruses seen by a physiatric view, Martiniquaises experiences through epidemics of Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika.
  17. BUSCH MP.
  18. TAURO LB, Bandeira AC, Ribeiro GS, Reis MG, et al.
  19. ANGELETTI S, Lo Presti A, Giovanetti M, Grifoni A, et al.
  20. WIWANITKIT V.
  21. COELHO FC, Durovni B, Saraceni V, Lemos C, et al.
    • Higher incidence of Zika in adult women in Rio de Janeiro suggests a significant contribution of sexual transmission from men to women.
  22. XIE X, Zou J, Shan C, Yang Y, et al.
  23. PRISANT N, Breurec S, Moriniere C, Bujan L, et al.
  24. ABBASI J.
  25. ABBASI J.
  26. PANCHAUD A, Vouga M, Musso D, Baud D, et al.
  27. MUSSO D, Baud D, Freedman DO.
  28. ARSUAGA M, Bujalance SG, Diaz-Menendez M, Vazquez A, et al.
  29. PURPURA LJ, Choi MJ, Rollin PE.
  30. MANSUY JM, Suberbielle E, Chapuy-Regaud S, Mengelle C, et al.
  31. YAKOB L, Kucharski A, Hue S, Edmunds WJ, et al.
  32. GOSTIN LO, Hodge JG Jr.
  33. LIKOS A, Griffin I, Bingham AM, Stanek D, et al.
    • Local Mosquito-Borne Transmission of Zika Virus - Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, Florida, June-August 2016.
  34. THOMAS SJ, L'Azou M, Barrett AD, Jackson NA, et al.
  35. MARSTON HD, Lurie N, Borio LL, Fauci AS, et al.
  36. SWAMINATHAN S, Schlaberg R, Lewis J, Hanson KE, et al.
  37. MAURER-STROH S, Mak TM, Ng YK, Phuah SP, et al.
  38. PYKE AT, Moore PR, Hall-Mendelin S, McMahon JL, et al.
  39. CHARLES AS, Christofferson RC.
  40. AHMED QA, Memish ZA.

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Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika References Library.

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