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Inspecting Zika Virus' Influence on Infected Cells

News   Sep 11, 2018 | By Heather Buschman, PhD, for UC San Diego Health

 
Zika Virus Strips Immune Cells of their Identity

Neighboring infected and uninfected human macrophages during a Zika virus infection in a lab dish. Zika virus is labeled red; macrophage nuclei are labeled blue. Credit: UC San Diego Health/Carlin et al. 2018

 
 
 

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