According to researchers, three anti-influenza compounds also appear to be able to inhibit Zika virus infection.
The 'shock and kill' therapeutic strategy for treating HIV could potentially cause harmful neuroinflammation, a new study reveals.
Researchers discover an antibiotic, that is safe to use during pregnancy, can help to prevent the Zika virus from infecting certain fetal brain cells.
A new mouse model, that closely mimics fetal brain abnormalities cause by the Zika virus, may help researchers better understand how the infection affects different cells in the developing brain.
A new study could help explain why children born to mothers infected by Zika are more likely to have microcephaly.
Researchers report they have been able to successfully document the abnormal brain development of a fetus following the mother contracting Zika virus during pregnancy.