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Study hints at greater Zika sexual transmission threat to fetuses

Thursday, August 25, 2016   (0 Comments)

In findings today that raise more concerns about Zika sexual transmission, experiments on pregnant mice showed that the virus replicates in vaginal tissue for several days after infection and can spread to fetal brains and that replication in the genital tract might be more robust than in other sites in the body.


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