Zika crosses the placenta by latching on to fetal blood vessels
A representation of the surface of the Zika virus with protruding envelope glycoproteins (red) shown.Courtesy of Kuhn and Rossmann research groups, Purdue University reader comments 2 Share this story The Zika virus made headlines worldwide over the last few years, though news on the its outbreak has slowed down in recent months. Zika is transmitted...
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