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Zika Virus is More Prevalent in Reproductive Tract After Vaginal Transfer Than After Skin Injection

09:00 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Virgo Publishing

A Zika study in monkeys suggests worse fetal effects for vaginal versus mosquito transmission. Courtesy of Renato Araújo/Agência Brasília via Flickr Rhesus macaques that were vaginally infected with Zika virus showed higher prevalence of Zika in the reproductive tract than previously seen in macaques that received skin

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