Preprint servers, the structure of an antibody bound to Zika virus, blocking Zika virus replication in mosquitoes with Wolbachia, and killing carp in Australia with a herpesvirus are topics of this episode hosted by Vincent, Dickson, Alan, and Kathy.
Links for this episode
- biorXiv preprint server 8:55
- Please review Vaccines and Your Child 37:00
- Structure of antibody bound to Zika virus E protein (Cell Host Microbe) 50:45
- Wolbachia blocks Zika virus in mosquitoes (Cell Host Microbe) 58:25
- Zimmer on Wolbachia and Zika virus (NY Times) 59:45
- Fauci on Zika virus vaccine (Science) 1:13:50
- Carpageddon (The Conversation) 1:15:30
- Letters read on TWiV 388 5:40
Timestamps by Jennifer. Thanks!
Image: A single molecule of the Zika virus E glycoprotein (red) bound to a broadly neutralizing antibody (green). The fusion loop on the E protein, which is recognized by the antibody, is shown in yellow.
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