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Researchers outline how Zika virus suppresses the host immune system – News-Medical.net

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Aug 12 2020
A research team led by scientists at the University of California, Riverside, has outlined how the Zika virus, which constituted an epidemic threat in 2016, suppresses the immune system of its host.
The Zika virus, or ZIKV, spreads through mosquito bites and sexual intercourse. Currently, no approved vaccine or antivirals against ZIKV exist.
Suppressing host immunity is a common strategy employed by viruses to achieve successful infection. Our wor…

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