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The EU-funded ZIKAlliance project has published 23 additional scientific studies between December 2018 and April 2019, bringing the total to 91 scientific publications since October 2016.
Among these 23 studies, those for which data are available on the respective journal’s website have received a total combined of 34,534 views (16 articles) as of 20 May 2019.
Over the same period, the three most accessed articles were:
- Neurodevelopment in Infants Exposed to Zika Virus In Utero by Lopes Moreira et al., published in the New England Journal of Medicine (12,959 views).
- The association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly in Brazil 2015–2017: An observational analysis of over 4 million births by Brady et al., published in PLOS Medicine (7,118 views).
- The possible role of cross-reactive dengue virus antibodies in Zika virus pathogenesis by Langerak et al. published in PLOS Pathogens (2,905 views).
You can access and read all 91 ZIKAlliance publications here.