TWiV 368: Infected, you will be

December 20, 2015

birefringenceHosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and Kathy Spindler

A plaque of virologists explores the biology of Zika virus and recent outbreaks, and the contribution of a filamentous bacteriophage to the development of biofilms.

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8 comments on “TWiV 368: Infected, you will be

  1. Pat Secor Jan 13, 2016

    Thanks for the discussion!

  2. Elizabeth Hodson Mar 18, 2016

    I am a mosquito biologist and I want more stuff about mosquitoes!!!!

  3. David Robertson Sep 8, 2016

    What about transmission of the Zika virus in the bird population? The turkey vulture for example, in recent decades, has become a seasonal visitor from southern climes to regions in eastern Canada such as to my neighbourhood — Montreal. It’s early days in the search for this virus (in the wild), especially in Canada, and I think it would be extremely helpful to discuss the Zika spread beyond the mosquito / human population.

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