A new study from Brazil and Yale School of Public Health revealed a possible link between the dreaded zika virus and a condition that can result in permanent eye damage and blindness to infants.
The government of South Korea has confirmed that a new case of Zika virus infection has hit the country. The Asian country now has already reported a total of 16 cases of the infection since its first confirmed case back in March of this year.
Associate Professor Lok Shee-Mei and her team at the Emerging Infectious Disease Programme of Duke-NUS further explored the previously discovered C10, which is believed by most experts as the most potent antibody that can neutralize the Zika virus.
In an official agency advisory, the World Health Organization said on Friday, November 18, that Zika virus, which is believed to have caused the rise in microcephaly in Brazil, is no longer a global health emergency.
Researchers present new evidence to support link between zika virus and Guillain-Barre syndrome.
Scientists have discovered that Zika virus could also cause sensory polyneuropathy in adults.