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Cellular Protein a Target for Zika Control

News   Jan 17, 2019 | Original story from the College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State

 
Cellular Protein a Target for Zika Control

This image shows a cell infected with Zika virus (green). The red is heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70), which appears to play a role in enabling Zika infection of host cells. Credit: Rasgon Lab, Penn State.

 
 
 

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