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Dengue Virus Vaccines

It is estimated that about 100 million cases of infection by Dengue virus occur each year and that nearly half the world’s population is at risk of Dengue virus infection. At present, no vacci...

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The many projected futures of dengue

Predicting the future global distribution of vector-borne diseases is a complex task that depends on the generation of accurate mathematical models. Here, Messina and colleagues compare and contrast t...

[Seminar] Dengue

Dengue viruses have spread rapidly within countries and across regions in the past few decades, resulting in an increased frequency of epidemics and severe dengue disease, hyperendemicity of multiple ...

Brazil releases over 10,000 dengue-blocking mosquitoes

Researchers in Brazil have released thousands of mosquitoes infected with dengue-blocking bacteria as part of 'Eliminate the dengue: Challenge Brazil' project to fight against dengue fever in a natura...

Verax files 510(k) for two additional platelet types

Verax Biomedical has filed a 510(k) for additional claims for its Platelet PGD Test, seeking to expand their day of transfusion platelet testing capability to include all FDA currently approved platel...

Making Dengue the Next Vaccine-Preventable Disease

Each year, there are approximately 50 million Dengue infections and an estimated 500,000 individuals are hospitalized with Dengue haemorrhagic fever. There have been attempts to ... The post Making De...

Study tracks who dengue-carrying mosquitoes bite

Most people bitten by dengue fever-transmitting mosquitoes in four northwestern Thai villages weren't residents but visitors, a finding that provides new clues about the spread of the dengue virus.

An universal dengue vaccine?

A group of international researchers, including few representatives from University of Melbourne and led by Imperial College London has recently discovered antibodies which can potentially prevent den...

Powerful dengue neutralizing antibody found

(Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore ) A new Duke-NUS-led study has identified a super-potent antibody which requires a minute amount to neutralize the dengue virus. The study, published in the...

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Clinical usefulness of mean platelet volume and red blood cell distribution width to platelet ratio for predicting the severity of hepatic fibrosis in chronic hepatitis B virus patients.

Hepatitis B virus infection is still one of the leading causes of cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma worldwide. Liver biopsy is the gold-standard method to assess the severity of liver fibrosis, b...

Correlation of serological markers and platelet count in the diagnosis of Dengue virus infection.

The dengue virus causes one of the most important mosquito-borne viral diseases. Annually, it affects up to 100 million people. Detection of the secreted NS1 protein represents a new approach to the d...

Changes in platelet functional parameters and CD62 P expression in liver cirrhosis.

Hepatic impairment, portal hypertension, and multi-systemic damage could occur during liver cirrhosis's late stage. Bleeding is a complication of hepatic cirrhosis along with several changes including...

Platelet indices and inflammatory markers as diagnostic predictors for ascitic fluid infection.

Ascitic fluid infection (AFI) is a common complication in patients with cirrhosis and ascites. Mean platelet volume (MPV) and platelet distribution width (PDW) may be considered as simple and inexpens...

Platelet Activation and Apoptosis Modulate Monocyte Inflammatory Responses in Dengue.

Dengue is the most prevalent human arbovirus disease in the world. Dengue infection has a large spectrum of clinical manifestations, from self-limited febrile illness to severe syndromes accompanied b...

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