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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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First Dengue Vaccine Candidate to Show Efficacy Against Dengue Fever and Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever in Asia

88.5% reduction of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever shown in detailed analyses of world’s first phase III efficacy study published in The Lancet - Two thirds reduction in hospitalization observed Favorable...

First Ever Dengue Vaccine Candidate To Show Efficacy Against Dengue Fever and Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever in Asia

- 88.5% reduction of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever shown in detailed analyses of world's first phase III efficacy study published in The Lancet - - Two thirds reduction in hospitalization observed - ...

Dengue Fever Vaccine Shows Some Promise in Trial

THURSDAY, July 10, 2014 -- A potential vaccine to protect children from the worldwide scourge of dengue fever was somewhat successful in a trial among Asian children. While the vaccine only prevented ...

Global Crusade Against Dengue Fever

A scientific team hoping to eliminate dengue fever, which has broken out in some U.S. states, is launching an extensive eradication experiment in different parts of the world.

Dengue fever, malaria in the Himalayas

Research by Nepalese and German scientists analyzes the current situation of malaria and Dengue fever in the Himalayan country of Nepal, and highlights how they profit from climate change and globaliz...

Military Researchers Weigh Infecting Volunteers With Dengue Fever

U.S. military scientists are considering resurrecting a research program that would infect healthy people with dengue fever, the potentially deadly mosquito-borne disease that has no known drug treatm...

Haemorrhagic Fevers Can Be Caused by Body’s Antiviral Interferon Response

Haemorrhagic fevers caused by Lassa, dengue and other viruses affect more than one million people annually and are often fatal, yet scientists have never understood why only some virus-infected people...

Dengue fever strikes models in Japan

A worsening outbreak of dengue fever in Japan has claimed its first celebrities—two young models sent on assignment to the Tokyo park believed to be its source.

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Autopsy findings in fatal dengue haemorrhagic fever - 06 Cases.

During recent outbreak of dengue fever in Delhi, there has been a significant increase in dengue-associated admission in hospitals. To better understand the pathology of dengue haemorrhagic fever, we ...

Augmented miR-150 expression associated with depressed SOCS1 expression involved in dengue haemorrhagic fever.

Suppresors of cytokine signalling (SOCS) proteins regulate cytokine responses and control immune balance. The objective of our study was to determine whether the expression of SOCS1 and its potential ...

Dengue fever in Russian tourists who have come from Thailand.

The review analyzes the major epidemiological and clinical aspects of Dengue fever, by providing the clinical examples of using its imported cases. It gives algorithms for examining patients who have ...

Geospatial analysis applied to epidemiological studies of dengue: a systematic review.

A systematic review of the geospatial analysis methods used in the dengue fever studies published between January 2001 and March 2011 was undertaken. In accordance with specific selection criteria thi...

Use of optical coherence tomography to evaluate visual acuity and visual field changes in dengue Fever.

Dengue fever is a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes and affects humans. In rare cases, dengue fever can cause visual impairment, which usually occurs within 1 month after contracting den...

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