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A single dose of the live-attenuated vaccine prevents transmission to the offspring of pregnant mice, as well as preventing testicular damage in male mice.
The new technique could produce results in a fraction of the time needed for conventional tests.
Recommendations focus on public-private R&D funding, incentives, and other steps.
About 75% of counties on the US mainland have suitable habitat for Aedes mosquitoes, CDC researchers say.
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