The TWiVestigators wrap up 2016 with a discussion of the year’s ten compelling virology stories.
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Should auld infections be forgot
And never T-cells primed?
Will cross-reacting antigens
Protect the host next time?
Links for this episode
- Register for ASV 2017 4:25
- ASM-ASV Conference on Interplay of Viral and Bacterial Pathogens
- Ten virology stories from 2016
- Zika virus (first covered in 2015, TWiV 368) 33:10
- Ebolavirus 44:45
- Eukaryotic genes in Wolbachia phage (TWiV 412) 54:40
- Harold “400” Varmus (TWiV 400) and many other guests 56:35
- Vaccines 59:15
- Mutualism 1:01:10
- Mosquitoes and viruses 1:05:35
- Vector victorious (TWiV 401) 1:07:55
- Animal models of virus infections 1:10:10
- Virus evolution 1:16:55
- Current Zika virus infections (ECDC) 36:25
- Early Zika virus infections in Hawaii (PLoS NTD) 39:00
- Zika virus vaccine for whom? (NYTimes) 41:10
- Final results for Ebola virus vaccine (Lancet) 48:25
- Photo from Mohammad
- Letters read on TWiV 422 6:00, 1:21:30
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