Zika index: VDU’s posts on Zika…

To make it a little easier for me to keep up and to look back at the crazy assumptions made during the ‘fog of outbreak’, I thought an index of some of my Zika virus (ZIKV)-related posts – would be useful.What does it mean when one twin gets a disease and the other doesn’t? The media reposts on a new twin study in Brazil.Zika, twins and complexity…http://virologydownunder.blogspot.com.au/2016/05/zika-twins-and-complexity.html08MAY2016The first ZIKV-containing epidemiology report, not focussed on microcephaly, from Brazil. But little detail and more questions raised about clicnial diagnosis to described a poorly lab-supported epidemic.Zika virus (ZIKV) disease in Brazil (not just microcephaly) gets its own report…kindahttp://virologydownunder.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/zika-virus-zikv-detection-in-brazil-not.html29APR2016Review of the first report of vertically acquired foetal ZIKV with detection of viral RNA in amniotic fluid and some further questions.Zika virus in amniotic fluid…but is that enough?http://virologydownunder.blogspot.com.au/2016/01/zika-virus-in-amniotic-fluidbut-is-that.html09JAN2016© 2013-2015 Ian M. Mackay. PhD. This content was originally published at http://virologydownunder.blogspot.com.au/ 9920132014201599

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