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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.
Predicting dengue fever in Brazil: an interview with Dr. Rachel Lowe, Catalan Institute for Climate Sciences (IC3)

Predicting dengue fever in Brazil: an interview with Dr. Rachel Lowe, Catalan Institute for Climate Sciences (IC3)

Terminix warns about two serious mosquito-borne diseases in Florida

Terminix warns about two serious mosquito-borne diseases in Florida

Researchers develop wireless bug sensor to help farmers protect crops from insect damage

Researchers develop wireless bug sensor to help farmers protect crops from insect damage

New research may help scientists develop treatments or vaccines for Dengue fever

New research may help scientists develop treatments or vaccines for Dengue fever

TSRI scientists receive $2.3M to study viruses that cause tropical diseases

TSRI scientists receive $2.3M to study viruses that cause tropical diseases

New national research consortium focuses on better drug therapies for viral infections

New national research consortium focuses on better drug therapies for viral infections

Notre Dame biologists awarded $23M research grant to prevent malaria and dengue fever

Notre Dame biologists awarded $23M research grant to prevent malaria and dengue fever

New research may provide insight on how dengue virus gains entry into cells

New research may provide insight on how dengue virus gains entry into cells

Triple-S announces consolidated revenues of $587.7 and net loss of $1.7 million for Q4 2013

Triple-S announces consolidated revenues of $587.7 and net loss of $1.7 million for Q4 2013

New study tracks spread of H5N1 variant in Egypt recently identified as major epicenter for virus

New study tracks spread of H5N1 variant in Egypt recently identified as major epicenter for virus

Internet surveillance helps detect infectious diseases earlier than traditional surveillance methods

Internet surveillance helps detect infectious diseases earlier than traditional surveillance methods

Tackling orphan diseases: an interview with Damian Marron, CEO, TxCell

Tackling orphan diseases: an interview with Damian Marron, CEO, TxCell

Visterra secures exclusive patent license for promising dengue virus antibodies from MIT

Visterra secures exclusive patent license for promising dengue virus antibodies from MIT

Research findings could help decrease risk of dengue

Research findings could help decrease risk of dengue

European Medicines Agency awards orphan drug designation to NanoViricides' DengueCide

European Medicines Agency awards orphan drug designation to NanoViricides' DengueCide

Research on flaviviruses could help in developing effective therapies for persistent infections

Research on flaviviruses could help in developing effective therapies for persistent infections

Genetically modified bacterial treatment approach reduces or eliminates sleeping sickness

Genetically modified bacterial treatment approach reduces or eliminates sleeping sickness

Researchers uncover how SARS coronavirus uses host cell to reproduce itself

Researchers uncover how SARS coronavirus uses host cell to reproduce itself

A*STAR's SIgN discovers new strategy to develop universal dengue vaccine

A*STAR's SIgN discovers new strategy to develop universal dengue vaccine

SIgN discovers strategy that cripples ability of dengue virus to escape host immune system

SIgN discovers strategy that cripples ability of dengue virus to escape host immune system