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Outbreak responders hope to get a jump on mosquitoes by scaling up vaccination during a dry period.
The disease persists in Angola, local cases were reported in a new part of the DRC's Kinshasa province, and investigators are looking at cases in other nations.
The findings are similar to earlier studies showing Wolbachia's ability to cut dengue transmission.
Also, a study found distinct temporal patterns between cases, GBS, and microcephaly.
Electrostatic differences in a key protein might explain how Zika virus infects human cells.
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