The TWiV team discusses eye infections caused by Zika virus, failure of Culex mosquitoes to transmit the virus, and replication of norovirus in stem cell derived enteroids.
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- Florida DOH daily Zika update 12:15
- Congress fails again on Zika (NY Times) 13:25
- Culex pipiens does not support Zika virus replication (EID) 17:00
- Zika virus in the eye (Cell Rep) 20:00
- Norovirus replication in enteroids (Science) 31:45
- Norovirus replication in B cells (TWiV 312) 36:35
- Baylor press release 39:00
- Norovirus replication in B cells confirmed (Antiviral Res) 39:45
- Letters read on TWiV 406 5:05, 1:07:30
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