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Electrostatic differences in a key protein might explain how Zika virus infects human cells.
Also, a study found distinct temporal patterns between cases, GBS, and microcephaly.
The findings are similar to earlier studies showing Wolbachia's ability to cut dengue transmission.
The cost study looked at different attack-rate ranges, putting the upper-end estimate at as much as $2 billion.
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