Thursday, 12 May 2016

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.
  1. 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.html
    08MAY2016
  2. The 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.html
    29APR2016
  3. Review 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.html
    09JAN2016