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Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. These may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash.
A machine-learning approach to track how yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment

A machine-learning approach to track how yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment

Antibody effector functions are crucial part of treating COVID-19 infections

Antibody effector functions are crucial part of treating COVID-19 infections

Researchers discover antibody that blocks the spread of dengue virus

Researchers discover antibody that blocks the spread of dengue virus

New genomics resource details the small RNA transcriptomes of four mosquito species

New genomics resource details the small RNA transcriptomes of four mosquito species

Scientists decipher the structure of protein found in parasites that cause neglected tropical diseases

Scientists decipher the structure of protein found in parasites that cause neglected tropical diseases

Researchers identify natural products with potential to disrupt viral spread

Researchers identify natural products with potential to disrupt viral spread

$3.7 million NIH grant supports development of biosensor technology for diagnosing viral diseases

$3.7 million NIH grant supports development of biosensor technology for diagnosing viral diseases

Takeda brings innovative pipeline portfolio to patients for sustained revenue growth

Takeda brings innovative pipeline portfolio to patients for sustained revenue growth

Virginia Tech researchers awarded NIH grant to develop Zika virus vaccine

Virginia Tech researchers awarded NIH grant to develop Zika virus vaccine

Increasing levels of light pollution could impact transmission of diseases through mosquitoes

Increasing levels of light pollution could impact transmission of diseases through mosquitoes

A possible inverse relationship between Dengue and COVID-19 in Brazil

A possible inverse relationship between Dengue and COVID-19 in Brazil

As fires and floods wreak havoc on health, new climate center seeks solutions

As fires and floods wreak havoc on health, new climate center seeks solutions

Sub-seasonal rainfall and temperature forecasts can be used to predict dengue outbreaks

Sub-seasonal rainfall and temperature forecasts can be used to predict dengue outbreaks

Genetically engineered mosquitoes to be released in Florida Keys

Genetically engineered mosquitoes to be released in Florida Keys

Startling report suggests COVID-19 may have first appeared in 2012

Startling report suggests COVID-19 may have first appeared in 2012

U.S. scientists to create coronavirus strain for human challenge trials

U.S. scientists to create coronavirus strain for human challenge trials

New system monitors, forecasts outbreak risk of dengue, Zika and other Aedes-borne diseases

New system monitors, forecasts outbreak risk of dengue, Zika and other Aedes-borne diseases

Study explores if prior exposure to common cold viruses may affect SARS-CoV-2 severity

Study explores if prior exposure to common cold viruses may affect SARS-CoV-2 severity

Nix gene can help develop future mosquito control techniques

Nix gene can help develop future mosquito control techniques

China reports Dengue fever after bubonic plague threat

China reports Dengue fever after bubonic plague threat