Zika Virus Vaccines: Challenges and Perspectives
AbstractZika virus is an arbovirus that has rapidly spread within the Americas since 2014, presenting a variety of clinical manifestations and neurological complications resulting in congenital malformation, microcephaly, and possibly, in male infertility. These significant clinical manifestations have led investigators to develop several candidate vaccines specific to Zika virus. In this review we describe relevant targets for the development of vaccines specific for Zika virus, the development status of various vaccine candidates and their different platforms, as well as their clinical progression. View Full-Text
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Das Neves Almeida, R.; Racine, T.; Magalhães, K.G.; Kobinger, G.P. Zika Virus Vaccines: Challenges and Perspectives. Vaccines 2018, 6, 62.
Das Neves Almeida R, Racine T, Magalhães KG, Kobinger GP. Zika Virus Vaccines: Challenges and Perspectives. Vaccines. 2018; 6(3):62.Chicago/Turabian Style
Das Neves Almeida, Raquel; Racine, Trina; Magalhães, Kelly G.; Kobinger, Gary P. 2018. "Zika Virus Vaccines: Challenges and Perspectives." Vaccines 6, no. 3: 62.
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