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Scientists unravel likely causes of blood vessel leakage in severe dengue

09:07 EST 9 Nov 2017 | Science Daily

A protein secreted by cells infected with dengue virus can cause dangerous leakage of fluid from blood vessels, and new research supports a primary underlying mechanism: disruption of a molecular barrier that lines the vessels.

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