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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.
IVI and MCRI to coordinate global push for developing vaccine against Strep A bacteria

IVI and MCRI to coordinate global push for developing vaccine against Strep A bacteria

Study sheds light on the burden of dengue in Bangladesh

Study sheds light on the burden of dengue in Bangladesh

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Egg yolk precursor protein plays key role in regulating mosquitos’ attraction to humans

Egg yolk precursor protein plays key role in regulating mosquitos’ attraction to humans

Dengue mosquito poses greatest danger of spreading Zika virus in Australia

Dengue mosquito poses greatest danger of spreading Zika virus in Australia

Europe under major threat from vector-borne diseases

Europe under major threat from vector-borne diseases

Geographical range of vector-borne diseases expands rapidly, shows research

Geographical range of vector-borne diseases expands rapidly, shows research

Innovative model identifies primate species with potential to transmit Zika in the Americas

Innovative model identifies primate species with potential to transmit Zika in the Americas

New sensing tool could aid in early detection of Dengue virus

New sensing tool could aid in early detection of Dengue virus

New analysis highlights economic burden of dengue fever

New analysis highlights economic burden of dengue fever

Interaction between two immune cells may play key role in fight against dengue virus

Interaction between two immune cells may play key role in fight against dengue virus

Scientists wean mosquitoes off blood with dieting drugs

Scientists wean mosquitoes off blood with dieting drugs

Researchers discover first sour taste receptor used by flies to choose between foods

Researchers discover first sour taste receptor used by flies to choose between foods

Researchers develop CRISPR-based method to control pests with precision-guided genetics

Researchers develop CRISPR-based method to control pests with precision-guided genetics

New report reveals effects of climate change, air pollution on human health

New report reveals effects of climate change, air pollution on human health

Urban mosquito control with help from scientists

Urban mosquito control with help from scientists

Emergex completes toxicology testing on gold nanoparticle carrier system for vaccine platform

Emergex completes toxicology testing on gold nanoparticle carrier system for vaccine platform

A new approach identified to control Zika virus, dengue fever

A new approach identified to control Zika virus, dengue fever

Special glowing paper strip as rapid, reliable test for infectious diseases

Special glowing paper strip as rapid, reliable test for infectious diseases

Emergex signs MoU with Brazil’s Fiocruz for development of viral vaccines

Emergex signs MoU with Brazil’s Fiocruz for development of viral vaccines