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13 Dec 2016

#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–December 13 2016 #Update, Issue No. 44


Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–December 13 2016 #Update, Issue No. 44.

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

Source: AMEDEO, homepage: (LINK).

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This Week’s References:


  1. VASILAKIS N, Weaver SC.
  2. USMAN MIRZA M, Rafique S, Ali A, Munir M, et al.
    • Towards peptide vaccines against Zika virus: Immunoinformatics combined with molecular dynamics simulations to predict antigenic epitopes of Zika viral proteins.
  3. CHAN K, Weaver SC, Wong PY, Lie S, et al.
  4. BAHAMONDES L, Ali M, Monteiro I, Fernandes A, et al.
  5. LI H, Saucedo-Cuevas L, Shresta S, Gleeson JG, et al.
  6. GUDO ES, Falk KI, Ali S, Muianga AF, et al.
  7. ELLUL MA, Soares CN, Solomon T.
  8. WONG LP, Alias H, Aghamohammadi N, Sam IC, et al.
    • The Self-Regulation Model of Illness: Comparison between Zika and Dengue and Its Application to Predict Mosquito Prevention Behaviours in Malaysia, a Dengue-Endemic Country.
  9. ST GEORGE K, Sohi IS, Dufort EM, Dean AB, et al.
    • Zika virus testing considerations: lessons learned from the first eighty real-time RT-PCR-positive cases diagnosed in New York State.
  10. BERNATH B, Meyer-Rochow VB.
    • Optomotor Reactions Reveal Polarization Sensitvity in the Zika Virus Transmitting Yellow Fever Mosquito Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (Diptera; Nematocera).
  11. FUNK S, Kucharski AJ, Camacho A, Eggo RM, et al.
  12. CORDEIRO MT, Brito CA, Pena LJ, Castanha PM, et al.
    • Results of a Zika Virus (ZIKV) Immunoglobulin M-Specific Diagnostic Assay Are Highly Correlated With Detection of Neutralizing Anti-ZIKV Antibodies in Neonates With Congenital Disease.
  13. MCNEIL CJ, Shetty AK.
  14. CARVALHO MD, Miranda-Filho DB, van der Linden V, Sobral PF, et al.
  15. WANG S, Hong S, Deng YQ, Ye Q, et al.
  16. BYRON K, Howard D.
  17. ADCOCK RS, Chu YK, Golden JE, Chung DH, et al.
    • Evaluation of anti-Zika virus activities of broad-spectrum antivirals and NIH clinical collection compounds using a cell-based, high-throughput screen assay.
  18. RONCHETTI R, Bianco PM.
  19. DELVECCHIO R, Higa LM, Pezzuto P, Valadao AL, et al.
  20. VANNICE KS, Giersing BK, Kaslow DC, Griffiths E, et al.
    • Meeting Report: WHO consultation on considerations for regulatory expectations of Zika virus vaccines for use during an emergency.
  21. COX J.
  22. CAO X, Li Y, Jin X, Li Y, et al.
    • Molecular mechanism of divalent-metal-induced activation of NS3 helicase and insights into Zika virus inhibitor design.
  23. DE PAULA FREITAS B, Ko AI, Khouri R, Mayoral M, et al.
  24. ALONSO JP.
  26. ESCADAFAL C, Gaayeb L, Riccardo F, Perez-Ramirez E, et al.
    • Risk of Zika virus transmission in the Euro-Mediterranean area and the added value of building preparedness to arboviral threats from a One Health perspective.
  27. VINHAES ES, Santos LA, Dias L, Andrade NA, et al.
  28. LAMMERT S, Walker AT, Erskine S, Rao SR, et al.
  29. AKIYAMA BM, Laurence HM, Massey AR, Costantino DA, et al.
  31. VOGEL G.


Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika References Library.