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26 Mar 2017

#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–March 26 2017 #Update, Issue No. 58


Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–March 26 2017 #Update, Issue No. 58.

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

Source: AMEDEO, homepage: (LINK).

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This Week’s References:


  1. QUINTO L, Garcia-Basteiro AL, Bardaji A, Gonzalez R, et al.
  2. SNYDER RE, Boone CE, Cardoso CA, Aguiar-Alves F, et al.
  3. CHIMELLI L, Melo AS, Avvad-Portari E, Wiley CA, et al.
    • The spectrum of neuropathological changes associated with congenital Zika virus infection.
  4. RATANACHAROENSIRI A, Huggins L, Johnson M, Patel I, et al.
  5. RIBEIRO EM, Lopes TF, Kerbage SC, Pessoa AL, et al.
    • From the perception of a cluster of cases of children with microcephaly to congenital Zika syndrome in Brazil: the lessons we have learned and the challenges that lie ahead of us.
  6. BULLIVANT G, Martinou AF.
  7. FUNG IC, Blankenship EB, Goff ME, Mullican LA, et al.
  8. MANI RS.
  9. DEL CAMPO M, Feitosa IM, Ribeiro EM, Horovitz DD, et al.
  10. HE D, Gao D, Lou Y, Zhao S, et al.
  11. WANG A, Thurmond S, Islas L, Hui K, et al.
  12. CHAHAL JS, Fang T, Woodham AW, Khan OF, et al.
  13. SHACHAM E, Nelson EJ, Hoft DF, Schootman M, et al.
    • Potential High-Risk Areas for Zika Virus Transmission in the Contiguous United States.
  14. IPPOLITO G, Bordi L.
  15. BELL SG.
  16. MILLER E, Becker Z, Shalev D, Lee CT, et al.
  17. MELO AS, Chimelli L, Tanuri A.
  18. LEYSER M, Nascimento OJ.
  19. PERKINS TA, Siraj AS, Ruktanonchai CW, Kraemer MU, et al.
  20. SHI Y, Gao GF.
  21. JOOB B, Wiwanitkit V.
  22. AGRAWAL R, Oo HH, Balne PK, Ng L, et al.
  23. ROSSIGNOL ED, Peters KN, Connor JH, Bullitt E, et al.
  24. PRIYE A, Bird SW, Light YK, Ball CS, et al.
  25. YUAN S, Luo Q, Zhang ZW, Li ZL, et al.
  26. DODSON BL, Rasgon JL.
  27. RAMAIAH A, Dai L, Contreras D, Sinha S, et al.
    • Comparative analysis of protein evolution in the genome of pre-epidemic and epidemic Zika virus.
  28. LI C, Deng YQ, Wang S, Ma F, et al.
  29. CARRIERI M, Albieri A, Urbanelli S, Angelini P, et al.
    • Quality control and data validation procedure in large-scale quantitative monitoring of mosquito density: the case of Aedes albopictus in Emilia-Romagna region, Italy.
  31. MARIO LC, Borghesi J, Crivellari-Damasceno WT, Favaron PO, et al.
  32. SALAM AP, Rojek A, Dunning J, Horby PW, et al.
    • Clinical Trials of Therapeutics for the Prevention of Congenital Zika Virus Disease: Challenges and Potential Solutions.
  33. SINGH NK, Tyagi A.
  34. MENESES JD, Ishigami AC, de Mello LM, Albuquerque LL, et al.
    • Lessons Learned at the Epicenter of Brazil's Congenital Zika Epidemic: Evidence from 87 Confirmed Cases.
  36. PAULES CI, Fauci AS.
  37. WINKLER CW, Myers LM, Woods TA, Messer RJ, et al.
    • Adaptive Immune Responses to Zika Virus Are Important for Controlling Virus Infection and Preventing Infection in Brain and Testes.
  38. HANCOCK WT, Soeters HM, Hills SL, Link-Gelles R, et al.
    • Establishing a Timeline to Discontinue Routine Testing of Asymptomatic Pregnant Women for Zika Virus Infection - American Samoa, 2016-2017.
  39. MORAES FM, Esposito DL, Fonseca BA.


Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika Virus.