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Michael Fox said: "In a mouse, the optic nerve looks normal at birth, which is the equivalent of the third trimester of neonatal human development," "The optic nerve starts to show a reduced diameter right before eye opening, which is right before birth in humans" External link

medicalxpress Sunday, November 19, 2017 2:23:00 PM CET

Michael Fox said: "That means something happens during development," "We might be able to deliver CASK back into cells to prevent axonal loss, or maybe rescue what was already lost" External link

medicalxpress Sunday, November 19, 2017 2:23:00 PM CET

Michael Diamond said: "The placenta did not get damaged, and the fetuses looked normal relative to uninfected animals," External link

medicinenet Sunday, November 19, 2017 6:26:00 AM CET

Amesh Adalja said: "important proof-of-concept that certain antibodies generated during Zika infection can be protective of a developing fetus," External link

medicinenet Sunday, November 19, 2017 6:26:00 AM CET

Amesh Adalja added: "If this study, done in mice, can be replicated in other human models and the antibody developed for commercial use it could be an important way to mitigate the damage Zika causes," External link

medicinenet Sunday, November 19, 2017 6:26:00 AM CET

Michael Fox said: "In a mouse, the optic nerve looks normal at birth, which is the equivalent of the third trimester of neonatal human development," "The optic nerve starts to show a reduced diameter right before eye opening, which is right before birth in humans" External link

medindia Friday, November 17, 2017 8:44:00 AM CET

Michael Fox said: "That means something happens during development," "We might be able to deliver CASK back into cells to prevent axonal loss, or maybe rescue what was already lost" External link

medindia Friday, November 17, 2017 8:44:00 AM CET

Christopher Tufton added: "So we suspect that this is a demonstration that persons were fearful and that the messaging that went out to support [it] seemed to have worked, and the numbers are there to show," External link

jamaica-gleaner Friday, November 17, 2017 6:06:00 AM CET

Christopher Tufton said: "If we continue on that trajectory, we could get to a point where the replacement population is not sufficient to maintain the absolute numbers of our country, which would be a dilemma," External link

jamaica-gleaner Friday, November 17, 2017 6:06:00 AM CET

Michael Fox said: "In a mouse, the optic nerve looks normal at birth, which is the equivalent of the third trimester of neonatal human development," "The optic nerve starts to show a reduced diameter right before eye opening, which is right before birth in humans" External link

sciencedaily Friday, November 17, 2017 1:37:00 AM CET

Michael Fox said: "That means something happens during development," "We might be able to deliver CASK back into cells to prevent axonal loss, or maybe rescue what was already lost" External link

sciencedaily Friday, November 17, 2017 1:37:00 AM CET

William Petrie said: “We will also be using an experimental device, which is an egg pot that attracts the mosquito that contains a growth suppressant,” External link

caribseek Wednesday, November 15, 2017 4:18:00 PM CET

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