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#Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–April 19 2017 #Update, Issue No. 61

 

Title: #Zika #Virus #Research #References #Library–April 19 2017 #Update, Issue No. 61.

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. CORDEIRO CN, Bano R, Washington Cross CI, Segars JH, et al.
  2. IGBINOSA II, Rabe IB, Oduyebo T, Rasmussen SA, et al.
  3. SPARKS JT, Bohbot JD, Ristic M, Misic D, et al.
    • Chemosensory Responses to the Repellent Nepeta Essential Oil and Its Major Component Nepetalactone by Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae), a Vector of Zika Virus.
  4. CUNHA AJ, de Magalhaes-Barbosa MC, Lima-Setta F, Medronho RA, et al.
  5. JOAO EC, Gouvea MI, Teixeira ML, Mendes-Silva W, et al.
  6. CAO B, Diamond MS, Mysorekar IU.
  7. SUMATHY K, Kulkarni B, Gondu RK, Ponnuru SK, et al.
  8. WALKER JL, Conway JH, Svenson JE.
  9. KUMAR M, Krause KK, Azouz F, Nakano E, et al.
  10. MORENO-MADRINAN MJ, Turell M.
  11. RASMUSSEN SA, Meaney-Delman DM, Petersen LR, Jamieson DJ, et al.
  12. GILBOA SM, Mai CT, Shapiro-Mendoza CK, Cragan JD, et al.
  13. HERRERA BB, Chang CA, Hamel DJ, Mboup S, et al.
  14. ALCENDOR DJ.
    • Zika Virus Infection of the Human Glomerular Cells: Implications for Viral Reservoirs and Renal Pathogenesis.
  15. MIRZA MU, Rafique S, Ali A, Munir M, et al.
    • Erratum: Towards peptide vaccines against Zika virus: Immunoinformatics combined with molecular dynamics simulations to predict antigenic epitopes of Zika viral proteins.
  16. WONG G, Gao GF.
  17. RODRIGUEZ-MORALES AJ, Culquichicon C.
    • The need for enhancing the message: Screening for Zika, STORCH, and other agents and co-infections should be considered and assessed.
  18. SCHWARTZ DA.
    • Viral infection, proliferation, and hyperplasia of Hofbauer cells and absence of inflammation characterize the placental pathology of fetuses with congenital Zika virus infection.
  19. COLT S, Garcia-Casal MN, Pena-Rosas JP, Finkelstein JL, et al.
    • Transmission of Zika virus through breast milk and other breastfeeding-related bodily-fluids: A systematic review.
  20. SHAN C, Muruato AE, Nunes BT, Luo H, et al.
  21. VARJASI G, Poka R.
  22. BENJAMIN I, Fernandez G, Figueira JV, Parpacen L, et al.
    • Zika virus detected in amniotic fluid and umbilical cord blood in an in vitro fertilization-conceived pregnancy in Venezuela.
  23. JEONG YE, Cha GW, Cho JE, Lee EJ, et al.
  24. HUNTINGTON MK, Allison J, Nair D.
  25. MAIER K.
  26. COLLUCCI C.
  27. KIRBY RS.
  28. XIN QL, Deng CL, Chen X, Wang J, et al.
    • Quantitative proteomic analysis of mosquito C6/36 cells reveals host proteins involved in Zika virus infection.
  29. DE OLIVEIRA WK, Carmo EH, Henriques CM, Coelho G, et al.
  30. POSSAS C, Brasil P, Marzochi MC, Tanuri A, et al.
    • Zika puzzle in Brazil: peculiar conditions of viral introduction and dissemination - A Review.

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Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Zika References Library.

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