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18.08.2022
05:11 News-Medical.Net Study detects asymptomatic monkeypox virus infection

A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine aimed to assess the presence of MPVX in the anorectal samples of MSM who had undergone routine tests for sexually transmitted infections from 5th June to 11th July 2022.

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17.08.2022
21:53 News-Medical.Net Majority of people infected with Omicron variant didn't know they had the virus, study finds

The majority of people who were likely infected with the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, didn't know they had the virus, according to a new study from Cedars-Sinai investigators.

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19:24 Gizmodo.com West Nile Virus Found in Record Number of NYC Mosquitos This Summer

The West Nile virus is having a great summer in New York City. Health officials this week reported that at least two people have recently contracted the viral illness, while a record number of mosquitoes are estimated to be carrying it currently. Officials are warning people to use repellant and wear protective… Read more...

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19:20 Nature.Com How much virus does a person with COVID exhale? New research has answers

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14:11 CNN Health New York City reports 2 human cases of the West Nile virus as the city sees record number of infected mosquitoes

Two human cases of West Nile virus have been reported in New York as the virus has been detected in a record number of mosquitoes in the city, health officials said Tuesday.

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07:23 News-Medical.Net Human-to-dog transmission of monkeypox virus reported

Researchers describe the first confirmed case of monkeypox virus infection in a dog as a result of human transmission.

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16.08.2022
21:32 Medscape.Com Mechanistic Link Between Herpes Virus, Alzheimer's Revealed?

Varicella zoster virus infection may activate dormant herpes simplex virus causing neuroinflammation and accumulation of Alzheimer's disease-related proteins, new research suggests.

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20:41 News-Medical.Net CSU part of $12.5 million-supported institute to advance virus research and education

Colorado State University researchers are part of a $12.5 million National Science Foundation-supported institute that will advance research and education around viral emergence – the process of viruses jumping from animals to humans.

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20:02 NYT Science Why a Century-Old Vaccine Could Be the Next Weapon Against Viruses

The B.C.G. tuberculosis vaccine may protect against Covid-19 and other infections by broadly bolstering the immune system.

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20:02 NYT Health Why a Century-Old Vaccine Could Be the Next Weapon Against Viruses

The B.C.G. tuberculosis vaccine may protect against Covid-19 and other infections by broadly bolstering the immune system.

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16:11 News-Medical.Net Report documents the detection of monkeypox virus in anal samples taken from asymptomatic MSM

A brief research report documents positive monkeypox virus PCR results found in anal samples taken from asymptomatic MSM (men who have sex with men).

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15:02 News-Medical.Net Mechanism of vaccinia virus assembly in infected-cells

In a new study, researchers explored the driving factors of the vaccinia virus assembly across infected cells.

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13:41 News-Medical.Net Early 2022 monkeypox virus spread among sexual networks of bisexual and gay males in England

Researchers investigated the cause of the early monkeypox virus transmission across bisexual and gay men's sexual networks in England in 2022.

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12.08.2022
21:22 MedicalNewsToday.com New 'Langya' virus found in China: What to know about symptoms, transmission

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17:43 CNBC health care Polio detected in New York City sewage suggesting local circulation of virus, health officials say

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16:53 News-Medical.Net What is the impact of heat treatment on monkeypox virus?

In newly released research, investigators determined the inactivation of monkeypox virus (MPXV) by heat treatment.

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11:55 IbTimes.co.uk What is Langya virus and what are its symptoms?

The world was still learning to live with the highly contagious coronavirus when another potentially fatal virus, Langya, started rearing its head.

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04:31 News-Medical.Net Novel zoonotic Langya virus identified in China

Scientists discuss their discovery of the novel Langya henipavirus in eastern China.

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04:02 News-Medical.Net Study warns of a potential Sindbis virus epidemic in 2022

Researchers seek to raise awareness of a potentially impending Sindbis virus epidemic.

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03:51 News-Medical.Net Vaccines and monoclonal antibodies being developed for respiratory syncytial virus

A new study reviews recent advancements made in the development of RSV immunoprophylactic measures.

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11.08.2022
22:13 CNBC health care CDC eases Covid guidance as U.S. has more tools to fight the virus and keep people out of the hospital

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19:10 ScientificAmerican.Com What Is the New Langya Virus, and Should We Be Worried?

The Langya virus, which is related to the Nipah and Hendra viruses, has infected at least 35 people in China in the two years before 2021

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17:21 Nature.Com New ‘Langya’ virus identified in China: what scientists know so far

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16:23 CNBC health care UK's urgent polio vaccine rollout for children in London 'a wake-up call' as more virus traces found

Britain is rolling out urgent polio vaccinations for all London-based children under 10 as a reemergence of the virus stoked fears of a wider outbreak.

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13:13 Technology.org The mystery gene which helps mice survive virus infections

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have discovered that a particular transposable element, or jumping gene, in the genome profoundly

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09:41 News-Medical.Net Transposable element controls the immune system to favor host survival during virus infection

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have discovered that a particular transposable element, or jumping gene, in the genome has a profound effect on the immune response to virus infection.

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04:01 News-Medical.Net UTSW scientists discover mechanism of RNA capping by SARS-CoV-2 virus

A team led by UT Southwestern researchers has identified how SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, builds a structure called the RNA cap that's critical for successful viral replication.

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10.08.2022
23:33 Phys.org Scientists identify mechanism crucial for COVID-19 virus replication

A team led by UT Southwestern researchers has identified how SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, builds a structure called the RNA cap that's critical for successful viral replication. The finding, published in Nature, could lead to new strategies to attack COVID-19, which has sickened nearly 600 million and killed more than 6 million worldwide thus far.

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21:54 Gizmodo.com A Newly Discovered Virus Has Likely Sickened Dozens in China—How Worried Should We Be?

Scientists in China have found a new virus that has likely made dozens of people sick since 2018 and may be natively carried by shrews. The discovery is the latest reminder that microbes spread from animals to people represent an ever-present potential public health threat. So far, at least, the evidence suggests… Read more...

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21:23 LiveScience.com Newly-discovered Langya virus infected 35 people in China

A newly-identified virus has sickened people in China after spilling over from animals.

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20:40 NewScientist.Com Langya virus: How serious is the new pathogen discovered in China?

Thirty five people are known to have been infected by Langya henipavirus in the Shandong and Henan provinces of China between December 2018 and May 2021

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19:42 NYT Science London Plans Polio Vaccine Boosters as More Virus Is Found in Sewage

Children of ages 1 to 9 in the city will be offered a booster after signs that the virus was turning up more frequently in samples. No cases have so far been reported.

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19:20 Nature.Com The retroelement Lx9 puts a brake on the immune response to virus infection

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18:23 Phys.org The mystery gene that helps mice survive virus infections

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have discovered that a particular transposable element, or jumping gene, in the genome has a profound effect on the immune response to virus infection.

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16:42 News-Medical.Net Scientists conduct comparative analysis of monkeypox virus profilin-like proteins and human profilin proteins

In a new study, researchers explored monkeypox virus proteomics and structural characteristics of the A42R protein, the only MPXV protein in the RCSB PDB (protein data bank) and the only profilin-like protein of poxviruses with known structure.

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10:45 IbTimes.co.uk China reports 35 cases of potentially fatal new virus outbreak

China has reported cases of a potentially fatal new virus called Langya, which is believed to have been transferred from shrews to humans.

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09.08.2022
07:22 News-Medical.Net Serbia's genome center monitors potential virus mutations to facilitate more effective COVID-19 control

In partnership with BGI Genomics from China, Serbia's first genome sequencing center, opened in December 2021, is monitoring potential virus mutations to facilitate more effective COVID-19 control and accelerating access to genomics to enhance health outcomes.

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08.08.2022
22:53 Phys.org Apple trees' natural response to virus mirrors genetic modification mechanism, study shows

Apple trees respond to a common viral infection by targeting a gene in the same pathway that genetic scientists are aiming at, find scientists from The University of Manchester. The discovery published in Current Biology shows that the fruit trees, which develop rubbery branches when infected, mirror how scientists are trying to genetically modify trees.

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17:52 News-Medical.Net Research progress on the three-dimensional interaction between virus and host genome

A recent study reviewed the current progress on 3D interactions between host and viral genomes.

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07.08.2022
03:52 News-Medical.Net Emerging new threat of the older G5 Japanese encephalitis virus

Announcing a new article publication for Zoonoses journal. Japanese encephalitis (JE) is an important viral encephalitis with epidemic status in Asia, which is caused by Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV), a member of the genus Flavivirus.

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06.08.2022
10:22 MedicalNewsToday.com How varicella and herpes viruses may interact to trigger Alzheimer's

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05.08.2022
22:22 CNN Health What is monkeypox? Symptoms, risk factors, treatment and how the virus is spread

The Biden administration has declared the monkeypox outbreak in the US to be a public health emergency.

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00:02 News-Medical.Net Polymer-embedded copper-based nanoparticles prevent surface contamination by viruses

In a new study, researchers developed nanocomposite coatings to prevent surface contamination by a human coronavirus (HCoV).

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04.08.2022
15:20 NewScientist.Com E. coli that is recoded to be virus resistant may aid drug production

Changing Escherichia coli's genetic code may enable the recoded bacterium to be grown in large vats for drug production, without the risk of a viral infection upending the process

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03:52 News-Medical.Net Analysis of monkeypox virus genomes suggests that it spread early and cryptically

A new study reports the identification of a cluster of monkeypox virus A.2 lineage genomes.

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03.08.2022
22:33 Phys.org Giant viruses build a cell nucleus surprisingly like our own

Humans aren't the only targets for viruses. Like us, bacteria become infected by many types of viruses. In fact, across billions of years, bacteria and viruses have engaged in a non-stop evolutionary arms race for survival that includes countless innovations and counter-adaptations.

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20:02 News-Medical.Net Inexpensive, self-driven microfluidic chip rapidly detects Hepatitis C virus in about 45 minutes

Hepatitis C affects more than 354 million people worldwide. About 75 to 85 percent of people who have it get a long-term infection referred to as chronic Hepatitis C. Left untreated, it could lead to cirrhosis, liver cancer or liver failure.

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19:53 News-Medical.Net Common viruses may play a role in some cases of Alzheimer's disease

Researchers from Oxford's Institute of Population Ageing, Tufts University and the University of Manchester have discovered that common viruses appear to play a role in some cases of Alzheimer's disease (AD).

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13:42 News-Medical.Net How effective is the recommendation of wearing glasses to protect against SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory virus infection?

Researchers tested the effectiveness of wearing glasses in lowering the risk of contracting SARS-CoV-2 and other respiratory viral infections in community backdrop.

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06:41 News-Medical.Net Drugs with antiviral activity against monkeypox virus

In a recent study posted as an accepted manuscript in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, researchers from the University of Oklahoma described three drugs with antiviral activity against the monkeypox virus (MPXV).

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06:02 News-Medical.Net New and efficient method Monkeypox virus sequencing

In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* preprint server, Spanish researchers described a new enrichment method for metagenomic sequencing of the monkeypox virus (MPXV).

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02.08.2022
18:42 BBC Health Polio: Virus found in wastewater of New York City suburb

Health officials are urging vaccinations against polio after the first US case in a decade was found.

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16:20 ScientificAmerican.Com How Common Are Reinfections, and How Trust Can Beat the Virus: COVID, Quickly, Episode 35

On this episode of the podcast, we talk about getting reinfected with coronavirus just a month or two after an earlier bout—and the difference that trusting others can make in a pandemic.

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12:52 News-Medical.Net The impact of respiratory droplet volume and their evaporation kinetics on environmental stability of respiratory viruses

Researchers measured the impact of initial respiratory droplet volume and relative humidity on the environmental stability of respiratory viruses, including influenza A and SARS-CoV-2.

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01.08.2022
22:22 Medscape.Com New York Polio Case Now Connected to Virus Found in UK and Israel

Using sewage sample tests from three countries separated by thousands of miles, public health officials hope to unravel the mystery of where this polio started circulating and what threat it poses.

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19:32 MedicalNewsToday.com Mystery child hepatitis: Clues point to once 'harmless' virus as potential cause

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17:53 LiveScience.com 'Cold sore' virus may have gained prominence thanks to Bronze Age smooching

Scientists analyzed ancient herpes DNA found in human teeth.

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14:11 CNN Health U.S. doctor finds Ebola virus in eye

American doctor Ian Crozier was treated for Ebola last year and declared free of the virus. But he had no way of knowing it still lurked in his eye.

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13:20 Nature.Com The double toll of viruses and social injustice

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12:42 News-Medical.Net ViruStop, ACROBiosystems’s new brand accelerating the process of vaccine development and approval

"Welcome to ViruStop!" Recently, ACROBiosystems officially announced the launch of a new brand, ViruStop. ViruStop is specifically designed for virus research and development, committing to accelerating the process of infectious diseases vaccine research, development and approval.

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30.07.2022
04:11 News-Medical.Net Study shows the link between common viruses and onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer's disease can begin almost imperceptibly, often masquerading in the early months or years as forgetfulness that is common in older age. What causes the disease remains largely a mystery.

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29.07.2022
12:13 Phys.org Deadly elephant virus stalks Zurich zoo

A deadly virus has swept through Zurich's zoo, killing three Asian elephants in a month and leaving experts stumped as to how to stop its spread.

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09:25 IbTimes.co.uk Deadly elephant virus stalks Zurich zoo

A deadly virus has swept through Zurich's zoo, killing three Asian elephants in a month and leaving experts stumped as to how to stop its spread.

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05:33 News-Medical.Net The bat-virus relationship examined

A new study examines the role of bats as reservoirs of several viruses and the factors that contribute to the emergence of these viruses.

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28.07.2022
17:02 News-Medical.Net Researchers provide new mask update for prevention of respiratory virus infections in healthcare and community settings

A new study illustrated the eight update alert of the review on masks for the prevention of respiratory virus infections, including SARS-CoV-2, in healthcare and community settings.

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14:12 News-Medical.Net Researchers find adeno-associated virus 2 infection in children with hepatitis of unknown etiology

Researchers investigated the cases of severe hepatitis of unknown etiology in young children who presented to the hospital between 14 March and 4 April 2022 in Scotland.

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11:15 IbTimes.co.uk Emergence of romantic kissing 5,000 years ago led to spread of cold-sore virus: study

A new study has indicated that kissing may have led to the spread of the cold-sore virus, which now affects almost 4 billion people across the world.

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02:32 News-Medical.Net Scientists uncover and sequence ancient herpes virus genomes that commonly cause lip sores

Ancient genomes from the herpes virus that commonly causes lip sores – and currently infects some 3.7 billion people globally – have been uncovered and sequenced for the first time by an international team of scientists led by the University of Cambridge.

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27.07.2022
21:03 Phys.org Prehistoric roots of 'cold sore' virus traced through ancient herpes DNA

Ancient genomes from the herpes virus that commonly causes lip sores—and currently infects some 3.7 billion people globally—have been uncovered and sequenced for the first time by an international team of scientists led by the University of Cambridge.

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16:33 Phys.org Viruses help combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria

More and more bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics. Bacteriophages are one alternative in the fight against bacteria. These viruses attack very particular bacteria in a highly specific way. Now a Munich research team has developed a new way to produce bacteriophages efficiently and without risk.

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14:42 News-Medical.Net Sixteen countries reported monkeypox virus infection in humans between April and June 2022

Researchers have analyzed the recent cases related to the monkeypox virus infection.

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05:02 News-Medical.Net Study confirms link between Epstein-Barr virus and multiple sclerosis

Researchers investigate the association between Epstein-Barr virus infection and multiple sclerosis.

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26.07.2022
21:01 CNN Health Little known adeno-associated viruses may be key to unexplained hepatitis in kids, studies say

Scientists in the United Kingdom say they've found "strong circumstantial evidence" linking a mysterious type of sidekick virus called adeno-associated virus to unexplained cases of liver damage in children around the world.

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00:10 ScienceDaily.com COVID shield: Spray coating to shield surfaces from viruses, bacteria

A sprayable coating that prevents the surface spread of infection from bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, over a sustained period has been developed by a team of Australian researchers.

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25.07.2022
20:10 NewScientist.Com Mystery child hepatitis cases linked to previously 'harmless' virus

Two studies have linked the mysterious rise in unexplained hepatitis cases among children to the adeno-associated virus 2, which infects nearly everyone early in childhood

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23.07.2022
02:02 NYT Science Like the Rest of Us, Biden Learns to Live With the Risks of the Virus

The president’s symptoms improved somewhat, a day after he tested positive for Covid-19.

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01:52 NYT Health Like the Rest of Us, Biden Learns to Live With the Risks of the Virus

The president’s symptoms improved somewhat, a day after he tested positive for Covid-19.

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01:02 CNN Health Polio 101: Signs, symptoms and dangers of an ancient virus

For the first time in a decade, a US citizen has been diagnosed with polio, a disease that once devasted communities around the world. Here's what you need to know about the signs, symptoms and dangers of this highly contagious virus.

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22.07.2022
17:52 NYT Science What to Know About the Marburg Virus Disease

Two people infected with the virus died in Ghana last month, though no other cases were found, experts said. The disease’s fatality rate is high.

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17:52 NYT Health What to Know About the Marburg Virus Disease

Two people infected with the virus died in Ghana last month, though no other cases were found, experts said. The disease’s fatality rate is high.

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17:00 ScienceDaily.com Why some flu viruses cause more severe infections

Research uses computational modeling to try to understand the body's immune response to avian flu. His latest work finds that the levels of interferon may be responsible for its more severe presentation -- and may also be the key to treating it.

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09:23 Nanowerk.com First-of-its-kind sprayable multiscale coating to shield surfaces from viruses, bacteria

A sprayable coating that prevents the surface spread of infection from bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, over a sustained period has been developed by a team of researchers.

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08:02 News-Medical.Net Australian researchers develop sprayable coating to shield surfaces from viruses, bacteria

A first-of-its-kind sprayable coating that can prevent the surface spread of infection from bacteria and viruses - including COVID-19 - over a sustained period –– has been developed by a team of Australian researchers.

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00:02 MedicalNewsToday.com Marburg virus outbreak in Ghana: What to know about this Ebola-like disease

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21.07.2022
23:10 ScienceDaily.com Putting the brakes on 'budding' viruses

Paramyxoviruses have the potential to trigger a devastating pandemic. This family of viruses includes measles, Nipah virus, mumps, Newcastle disease and canine distemper. An international team has examined key stage in the life cycles of measles and Nipah viruses. It reveals how future therapies might stop these viruses in their tracks.

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03:31 News-Medical.Net Stopping 'budding' viruses in their tracks

Paramyxoviruses have the potential to trigger a devastating pandemic. This family of viruses includes measles, Nipah virus, mumps, Newcastle disease and canine distemper.

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20.07.2022
23:20 ScientificAmerican.Com COVID Virus May Tunnel through Nanotubes from Nose to Brain

Nanotubes may provide a cunning answer to the mystery of how the virus that causes COVID infects neurons and produces long-lasting neurological symptoms

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21:52 News-Medical.Net The clinical, epidemiological, and evolutionary consequences of a potential SARS-CoV-2-related bat virus spillover into humans

A team of scientists from France has recently described the epidemiological and clinical consequences of a bat sarbecovirus infection in humanized mice.

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21:03 Phys.org Putting the brakes on 'budding' viruses

Paramyxoviruses have the potential to trigger a devastating pandemic. This family of viruses includes measles, Nipah virus, mumps, Newcastle disease and canine distemper.

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15:52 News-Medical.Net Chewing gum containing plant-based antiviral proteins neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses

A new study has explored the entrapment efficacy of CTB-ACE2 chewing gum against different strains of SARS-CoV-2.

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13:42 News-Medical.Net Ghana announces first-ever Marburg virus outbreak

Ghana announced the country’s first Marburg virus disease outbreak, after receiving a confirmatory report of the disease from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Collaborating Centre Laboratory.

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10:52 News-Medical.Net Researchers describe viral shedding of monkeypox virus in patients to better understand the possible role of different bodily fluids in disease transmission

Researchers described the shedding of the monkeypox (MPX) virus (MPXV) in Barcelona city of Spain.

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03:02 News-Medical.Net New vaccine shows promise to fight Lassa virus

Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch have achieved success with a new vaccine developed to fight Lassa Virus, a pathogen that causes Lassa fever.

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00:23 ScienceMag.org There’s now a cleaner, better way to create viruses that kill antibiotic-resistant bacteria

New method to make phages could help jump-start clinical trials

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19.07.2022
23:42 News-Medical.Net Study shows how a critical Lassa virus protein drives infection

Lassa fever is a viral illness that is far too common in West Africa. Although it can have a mortality rate of 15 percent in severe cases, up to 90% in pregnant women, and causes deafness in a quarter of survivors, there is no vaccine or antiviral to protect against Lassa virus.

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02:32 News-Medical.Net Research describes one of the ways the SARS-CoV-2 virus recruits cells to replicate

An article published in the journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology reports a study by researchers at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil showing how a human protein interacts with a SARS-CoV-2 protein, and describing one of the ways the virus that causes COVID-19 recruits cells to replicate.

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02:22 BBC Health What is the Marburg virus and how can it be avoided?

Two people in Ghana have died from the infectious Marburg virus, raising fears of a mass outbreak..

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18.07.2022
21:34 Gizmodo.com Ghana Now Has Its First Outbreak of Deadly Marburg Virus

A deadly cousin of the Ebola virus has made its way to a new part of the world. This week, World Health Organization officials announced that the African nation of Ghana is now experiencing its first documented outbreak of Marburg. At least two people have contracted the disease so far, both of whom have died. Read more...

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18:03 Technology.org SARS-Arena reveals hidden hooks in virus

Vaccines may need to dig a little deeper to stop SARS-CoV-2. Rice University researchers are providing a new shovel.

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16:25 Yahoo Science Ghana declares outbreak of Marburg virus, a deadly and contagious disease like Ebola, which officials are trying to contain

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