Dengue: a continuing challenge for molecular biology.

Abstract

Ten years ago Scott Halstead published a seminal review outlining the challenge to science provided by dengue. Our review summarizes recent efforts to meet this challenge and discusses the potential practical implications of basic research. One major long-term goal is the development of a vaccine, and several different strategies are currently being advanced. Clinical studies on dengue continue to help physicians make rational choices in disease management.

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@article{Jacobs1998DengueAC, title={Dengue: a continuing challenge for molecular biology.}, author={M G Jacobs and Paul R. Young}, journal={Current opinion in infectious diseases}, year={1998}, volume={11 3}, pages={319-24} }