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-</script><form name=gs method=GET action="/scholar"><div id="scife_hdr"><div style="float: left; margin: 0;" width="189"><a href="/schhp?hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998" target="_top"><img src="/intl/en/images/scholar_logo_md_2009.gif" width="189" height="40" alt="Scholar Home" border=0 vspace=2></a></div><div style="margin-left: 189px"><div style="margin-left: 10px"><table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 style="margin:1px 3px 1px 0px"><tr><td nowrap><input type=hidden name=hl value="en"><input type=hidden name=oe value="ASCII"><input type=hidden name=num value="100"><input type=text name=q size=41 maxlength=2048 value="Dengue"><font size=-1> <input type=submit name="btnG" value="Search"></font></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td valign="top" nowrap><font size=-2><a href="/advanced_scholar_search?q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Advanced Scholar Search</a></font></td></tr></table></div></div></div><table width=100% border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 bgcolor=#dcf6db><tr><td colspan=2 bgcolor=#008000><img width=1 height=1 alt=""></td></tr><tr><td bgcolor=#dcf6db nowrap><font size=+1> <b>Scholar</b></font>&nbsp; <select name="as_sdt" onChange="document.gs.submit()"><option value="0,5">Articles and patents<option value="1,5" selected>&nbsp;&nbsp;Articles excluding patents<option value="2,5">Legal opinions and journals<option value="2003">&nbsp;&nbsp;All federal courts<option value="4,5">&nbsp;&nbsp;California courts<option value="1,5!">  Advanced search&hellip;</select> <select name="as_ylo" onChange="document.gs.submit()"><option value="">anytime<option value="2011">since 2011<option value="2010">since 2010<option value="2009">since 2009<option value="2008">since 2008<option value="2007">since 2007<option value="2006">since 2006<option value="2005">since 2005<option value="2004">since 2004<option value="2003">since 2003<option value="2002">since 2002<option value="2001">since 2001<option value="2000">since 2000<option value="1999">since 1999<option value="1998" selected>since 1998<option value="1997">since 1997<option value="1996">since 1996<option value="1995">since 1995<option value="1994">since 1994<option value="1993">since 1993<option value="1992">since 1992</select> <select name="as_vis" onChange="document.gs.submit()"><option value="0" selected>include citations<option value="1">at least summaries</select>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="/scholar_alerts?view_op=create_alert_options&amp;hl=en&amp;alert_query=intitle:Dengue&amp;alert_params=hl%3Den%26as_sdt%3D1,5"><img src="/scholar/scholar_envelope.png" width="22" height="19" title="Create email alert" border=0 align="texttop"></a>&nbsp;<font size=-1><a href="/scholar_alerts?view_op=create_alert_options&amp;hl=en&amp;alert_query=intitle:Dengue&amp;alert_params=hl%3Den%26as_sdt%3D1,5">Create email alert</a></font></td><td bgcolor=#dcf6db align=right nowrap><font size=-1>Results <b>1</b> - <b>100</b> of about <b>38,800</b>.   (<b>0.21</b> sec)&nbsp;</font></td></tr></table></form>  <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://ukpmc.ac.uk/abstract/MED/20205587"><b>Dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever: the sensitivity and specificity of the world health organization definition for identification of severe cases of <b>dengue </b>in Thailand, 1994-2005.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Srikiatkhachorn, RV Gibbons, S Green&hellip; - &hellip; infectious diseases: an &hellip;, 2010 - ukpmc.ac.uk</span><br>Either your web browser doesn&#39;t support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter <br>
-case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page.  <b> ... Dengue</b> <br>
-hemorrhagic fever: the sensitivity and specificity of the world health organization definition <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5383287083163243071&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:P9LkixRHtUoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:P9LkixRHtUoJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5383287083163243071&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctu>[CITATION]</span> Experts Find Explanation for Severe <b>Dengue </b>Illness</h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Fever - Science, 2010</span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0924857910002608"><b>Dengue </b>conundrums</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RV Gibbons - International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus is the most common arboviral infection of humans in the subtropical and subtropical <br>
-regions of the world. This review briefly describes some of the challenges it presents. <b>Dengue</b> <br>
-is an emerging disease; it is increasing in geographical distribution and severity, despite <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cluster=11429898657314297331&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>      <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0140673607616870"><b>Dengue</b></a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SB Halstead - The Lancet, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br>The four <b>dengue</b> viruses are transmitted in tropical countries that circle the globe. All can cause <br>
-syndromes that are self-limited or severe. The common severe syndrome�<b>dengue</b> haemorrhagic <br>
-fever/<b>dengue</b> shock syndrome (DHF/DSS)�is characterised by sudden vascular <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3417023684260787401&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 323</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:yfR1ye-0ay8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/59/58/RN020679293.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3417023684260787401&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 15 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/83/9/4338">Crystal structure of <b>dengue </b>virus type 1 envelope protein in the postfusion conformation and its implications for membrane fusion</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2668458/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>V Nayak, M Dessau, K Kucera, K Anthony&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus relies on a conformational change in its envelope protein, E, to fuse the viral lipid <br>
-membrane with the endosomal membrane and thereby deliver the viral genome into the <br>
-cytosol. We have determined the crystal structure of a soluble fragment E (sE) of <b>dengue  ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5518460411739197686&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:9lDFpIGClUwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5518460411739197686&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/299/2/214"><b>Dengue </b>and hemorrhagic fever: a potential threat to public health in the United States</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DM Morens&hellip; - Jama, 2008 - Am Med Assoc</span><br>Although asymptomatic and mild cases are common, classic <b>dengue</b> fever is clinically similar <br>
-to influenza, but with a variable and generally unimpressive maculopapular exanthem. 14 <b>Dengue</b> <br>
-hemorrhagic fever and its severe or fatal form, <b>dengue</b> shock syndrome (DSS), are <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8698791595171327919&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 53</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ry9XHd5QuHgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/49/00/RN221686330.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8698791595171327919&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=20321022">&hellip;  in global gene expression in peripheral blood mononuclear cells indicate a significant role of the innate responses in progression of <b>dengue </b>fever but not <b>dengue </b> &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Ubol, P Masrinoul, J Chaijaruwanich&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Background. <b>Dengue</b> virus infection causes an array of symptoms ranging from <b>dengue</b> fever <br>
-(DF) to <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF). The pathophysiological processes behind these 2 <br>
-clinical manifestations are unclear. Methods. In the present study, genomewide <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3534433813742775596&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 31</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:LG1EztPUDDEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/57/03/RN228672980.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3534433813742775596&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/319/5871/1834??sa_campaign=Email/subcol/--/">Structure of the immature <b>dengue </b>virus at low pH primes proteolytic maturation</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>I Yu - Science, 2008 - sciencemag.org</span><br>Intracellular cleavage of immature flaviviruses is a critical step in assembly that generates the <br>
-membrane fusion potential of the E glycoprotein. With cryo�electron microscopy we show that <br>
-the immature <b>dengue</b> particles undergo a reversible conformational change at low pH <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12154255209545942912&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 56</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:gEdtkreWrKgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/42/02/RN226659510.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12154255209545942912&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2824905/">IFITM Proteins Mediate the Innate Immune Response to Influenza A H1N1 Virus, West Nile Virus and <b>Dengue </b>Virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2824905/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AL Brass, IC Huang, Y Benita, SP John&hellip; - Cell, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>Influenza viruses exploit host cell machinery to replicate, resulting in epidemics of respiratory <br>
-illness. In turn, the host expresses anti-viral restriction factors to defend against infection. To find <br>
-host-cell modifiers of influenza A H1N1 viral infection, we used a functional genomic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:nHWbNn8pFzkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:190069">Antigenic and structural analysis of the NS1 glycoprotein of <b>dengue </b>virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:190069"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from uq.edu.au</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Bletchly - 2010 - espace.library.uq.edu.au</span><br>The <b>dengue</b> virus protein NS1, is the first non-structural protein to be translated in the <b>dengue</b> <br>
-virus genome. It is glycosylated, which is unusual for a viral non structural protein and exists <br>
-as an oligomer in its native form. The function of NS1 is still largely unknown however <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:xDHWaVha_KUJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11960534046168461764&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nature07013.html">CLEC5A is critical for <b>dengue</b>-virus-induced lethal disease</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>ST Chen, YL Lin, MT Huang, MF Wu, SC Cheng&hellip; - Nature, 2008 - nature.com</span><br><b>Dengue</b> haemorrhagic fever and <b>dengue</b> shock syndrome, the most severe responses to <b>dengue</b> <br>
-virus (DV) infection, are characterized by plasma leakage (due to increased vascular <br>
-permeability) and low platelet counts 1, 2 . CLEC5A (C-type lectin domain family 5, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=18029785544184412361&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 48</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ybiVMW2qNvoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/5D/45/RN230347656.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=18029785544184412361&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://eprints.qut.edu.au/10508">Myanmar <b>dengue </b>outbreak associated with displacement of serotypes 2, 3, and 4 by <b>dengue </b>1</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://eprints.qut.edu.au/10508/1/10508.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from qut.edu.au</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HM Thu, KS Lowry, TT Myint&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2010 - eprints.qut.edu.au</span><br>In 2001, Myanmar (Burma) had its largest outbreak of <b>dengue</b>�15,361 reported cases of <b>dengue</b> <br>
-hemorrhagic fever/<b>dengue</b> shock syndrome (DHF/DSS), including 192 deaths. That year, 95% <br>
-of <b>dengue</b> viruses isolated from patients were serotype 1 viruses belonging to two <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6943055675524360559&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 28</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:b6lj21mwWmAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6943055675524360559&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://www.osti.gov/energycitations/product.biblio.jsp?osti_id=980101">Crystal Structure of <b>Dengue </b>Type 1 Envelope Protein in the Postfusion Conformation and its Implication for Receptor Binding, Membrane Fusion and  &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>V Nayak, M Dessau, K Kucera, K Anthony&hellip; - Journal of Virology, 2009 - osti.gov</span><br><b>...</b> Document Availability. DOI, 10.1128/JVI.02574-08. Title, Crystal Structure of <b>Dengue</b><br>
-Type 1 Envelope Protein in the Postfusion Conformation and its Implication for Receptor<br>
-Binding, Membrane Fusion and Antibody Recognition. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:fLCxf67AWGYJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://www.tm.mahidol.ac.th/seameo/2009-40-2/08-4461.pdf">Detection of <b>dengue </b>virus in platelets isolated from <b>dengue </b>patients</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.tm.mahidol.ac.th/seameo/2009-40-2/08-4461.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from mahidol.ac.th</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Noisakran, RV Gibbons&hellip; - &hellip;  Asian Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - tm.mahidol.ac.th</span><br>Correspondence: Dr Guey Chuen Perng, Dental School Building, Room 429, 1462 Clifton <br>
-Road, Emory Vaccine Center, School of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, <br>
-USA. Tel: 404-727-5490 E-mail: gperng@emory.edu  <b> ...</b> DETECTION OF <b>DENGUE  ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=17412231679316810955&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 3</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:y1x7WHWspPEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:y1x7WHWspPEJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=17412231679316810955&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000769">Prediction of <b>Dengue </b>Disease Severity among Pediatric Thai Patients Using Early Clinical Laboratory Indicators</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000769"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JA Potts, RV Gibbons, AL Rothman&hellip; - PLoS Neglected  &hellip;, 2010 - dx.plos.org</span><br>Patients with severe <b>dengue</b> illness typically develop complications in the later stages of <br>
-illness, making early clinical management of all patients with suspected <b>dengue</b> infection <br>
-difficult. An early prediction tool to identify which patients will have a severe <b>dengue  ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:RkSbm9lAYB0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:RkSbm9lAYB0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2116763128226858054&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:99282">Detection of <b>dengue </b>virus NS1 provides early diagnosis and is a prognostic marker of disease progression</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>PR Young, DH Libraty&hellip; - 6th Asia Pacific  &hellip;, 2010 - espace.library.uq.edu.au</span><br>Young, PR, Libraty, DH, Pickering, D., Endy, TP, Kalayanarooj, S., Green, S., Vaughn, DW, <br>
-Nisalak, A., Ennis, FA and Rothman, A. (2003). Detection of <b>dengue</b> virus NS1 provides early <br>
-diagnosis and is a prognostic marker of disease progression. In: , 6th Asia Pacific <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:toRU7a21TP4J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=18324220742479414454&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/Suppl_1_Pt_2/ii27.short">&hellip;  in vaccine-enhanced RSV disease: Inflammatory mediator and antiviralPP-025-039 Envelope protein DI of NGC <b>dengue </b>virus but not B <b>dengue </b>virus induced the  &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/Suppl_1_Pt_2/ii27.full.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from oxfordjournals.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>B Agrawal, DK Krishnadas&hellip; - International  &hellip;, 2010 - intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org</span><br>WS/PP-025b-015 Interleukin-15 is critical in the pathogenesis of influenza A virus-induced acute <br>
-lung injury R. Nakamura, N. Maeda, O. Noyori, K. Shibata, H. Yamada, Y. Yoshikai. Division of <br>
-Host Defense, Medical Institute of Bioregulation, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19138155">&hellip;  of gene transcript abundance in the blood of children with severe or uncomplicated <b>dengue </b>highlight differences in disease evolution and host response to <b>dengue </b> &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HT Long, ML Hibberd, TT Hien&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>DNA microarrays and specific reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction assays were used <br>
-to reveal transcriptional patterns in the blood of children presenting with <b>dengue</b> shock syndrome <br>
-(DSS) and well-matched patients with uncomplicated <b>dengue</b>. The transcriptome of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9841231349339145176&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 9</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:2EPMacUTk4gJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9841231349339145176&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/full/10.1146/annurev.micro.62.081307.163005">Global spread and persistence of <b>dengue</b></a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JL Kyle&hellip; - Microbiology, 2008 - annualreviews.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is a spectrum of disease caused by four serotypes of the most prevalent arthropod-borne <br>
-virus affecting humans today, and its incidence has increased dramatically in the past 50 <br>
-years. Due in part to population growth and uncontrolled urbanization in tropical and <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7662165490600200105&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 94</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:qUd79ep6VWoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7662165490600200105&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc0708673"><b>Dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever transmitted by blood transfusion</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>PA Tambyah, ESC Koay, MLM Poon&hellip; - New England Journal  &hellip;, 2008 - nejm.org</span><br>The recipient of the donor&#39;s red cells had fever and myalgia 2 days after transfusion. The recipient <br>
-of the donor&#39;s fresh-frozen plasma had fever and worsening pleural effusions the day after <br>
-transfusion. Both recipients were positive for <b>dengue</b> virus type 2 as detected with the use <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6586130927986003671&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 30</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:187RJi-jZlsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6586130927986003671&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17330792">Blood group AB is associated with increased risk for severe <b>dengue </b>disease in secondary infections.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Kalayanarooj, RV Gibbons, D Vaughn&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>1. J Infect Dis. 2007 Apr 1;195(7):1014-7. Epub 2007 Feb 23. Blood group AB is<br>
-associated with increased risk for severe <b>dengue</b> disease in secondary infections. <b>...</b> Why<br>
-certain individuals progress to severe <b>dengue</b> disease is unknown. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6882524464533150144&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 10</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:wBlvComjg18J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/29/1F/RN205561560.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6882524464533150144&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1931312809000985">Composition and three-dimensional architecture of the <b>dengue </b>virus replication and assembly sites</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Welsch, S Miller, I Romero-Brey, A Merz&hellip; - Cell Host &amp; Microbe, 2009 - Elsevier</span><br>Positive-strand RNA viruses are known to rearrange cellular membranes to facilitate viral genome <br>
-replication. The biogenesis and three-dimensional organization of these membranes and the <br>
-link between replication and virus assembly sites is not fully clear. Using electron <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7789904761392322093&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 54</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:LdbpmBtNG2wJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7789904761392322093&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18275279/">Cross-reactive memory CD8 (+) T cells alter the immune response to heterologous secondary <b>dengue </b>virus infections in mice in a sequence-specific manner.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CM Beaumier, A Mathew, HS Bashyam&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus is the causative agent of <b>dengue</b> fever and the more-severe <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic <br>
-fever (DHF). Human studies suggest that the increased risk of DHF during secondary infection <br>
-is due to immunopathology partially mediated by cross-reactive memory T cells from the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8322716525814570739&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 19</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:815zp5U6gHMJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/1A/46/RN224838497.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8322716525814570739&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2866390/">Diversity and Origin of <b>Dengue </b>Virus Serotypes 1, 2, and 3, Bhutan</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2866390/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>T Dorji, IK Yoon, EC Holmes&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> infections have increased worldwide in recent decades. Before 1970, only 9 countries <br>
-had experienced epidemics of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever; by 1996, this number had increased <br>
-to 102 (1). <b>Dengue</b> is endemic to most of Southeast Asia; high numbers of cases are <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5140734254850900589&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:bQISaZGOV0cJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5140734254850900589&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2609867/">Recent shift in age pattern of <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever, Brazil</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2609867/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MG Teixeira, MCN Costa, G Coelho&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>We describe a preliminary report of a shift in age group predominance that was observed during <br>
-the 2007 countrywide <b>dengue</b> epidemic in Brazil. The Hospital Information System is the source <br>
-of data describing the distribution of DHF cases from January 1998 through December <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7943244191982895154&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 21</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:MkBT64ESPG4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7943244191982895154&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v458/n7241/abs/nature07967.html">Discovery of insect and human <b>dengue </b>virus host factors</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.flyrnai.org/supplement/nature07967-sessions.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from flyrnai.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>OM Sessions, NJ Barrows, JA Souza-Neto&hellip; - Nature, 2009 - nature.com</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever is the most frequent arthropod-borne viral disease of humans, with almost half <br>
-of the world&#39;s population at risk of infection 1 . The high prevalence, lack of an effective <br>
-vaccine, and absence of specific treatment conspire to make <b>dengue</b> fever a global public <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9185143943879362503&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 40</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:x4fCgcAveH8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9185143943879362503&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 13 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://bik.fk.ugm.ac.id/downloads/JUFRI.pdf">Early Warning System (EWS) for <b>Dengue </b>in Indonesia and Thailand</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://bik.fk.ugm.ac.id/downloads/JUFRI.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ugm.ac.id</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>M Juffrie&hellip; - Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran, 2009 - bik.fk.ugm.ac.id</span><br>Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran, Volume 41, No. 3, September 2009: 134-142 Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran <br>
-Vol. 41, No. 3, September 2009: 134-142  <b> ...</b> Mohammad Juffrie, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty <br>
-of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University/ Dr. Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta  <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:X57zYeprADQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:X57zYeprADQJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://ukpmc.ac.uk/abstract/MED/17357045">Patterns of host genome-wide gene transcript abundance in the peripheral blood of patients with acute <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CP Simmons, S Popper, C Dolocek&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - ukpmc.ac.uk</span><br>Either your web browser doesn&#39;t support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter <br>
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-of host genome-wide gene transcript abundance in the peripheral blood of patients with <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=200219783661242722&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 49</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:YkkiGtVSxwIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:YkkiGtVSxwIJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/10/2D/RN206688064.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=200219783661242722&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1000139">The impact of the demographic transition on <b>dengue </b>in Thailand: insights from a statistical analysis and mathematical modeling</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1000139"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DA Cummings, S Iamsirithaworn, JT Lessler&hellip; - PLoS Med, 2009 - dx.plos.org</span><br>Using data from each of the 72 provinces of Thailand, we looked for associations between force <br>
-of infection (a measure of hazard, defined as the rate per capita at which susceptible individuals <br>
-become infected) and demographic and climactic variables. We estimated the force of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1174429213783773655&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 13</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:11FsxSVpTBAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:11FsxSVpTBAJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1174429213783773655&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2609890/">Identification of all <b>dengue </b>serotypes in Nepal</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2609890/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Malla, GD Thakur, SK Shrestha&hellip; - Emerging infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>To the Editor: Nepal is situated on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, surrounded by India <br>
-on 3 sides and China to the north. Nepal&#39;s altitude ranges from 8,848 m in the Himalayas to 90 <br>
-m in the Terai, the southern, low, flatland bordering India. Nepal is a disease-endemic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7329759676156588549&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:BbJLOpeJuGUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7329759676156588549&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 14 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://www.slipe.org/documentos/Gene_Expression_Patterns_of_Dengue_Virus-Infected_C_ROCHA.pdf">Gene Expression Patterns of <b>Dengue </b>Virus-Infected Children from Nicaragua Reveal a</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.slipe.org/documentos/Gene_Expression_Patterns_of_Dengue_Virus-Infected_C_ROCHA.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from slipe.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>P Loke, SN Hammond, JM Leung, CC Kim&hellip; - 2010 - slipe.org</span><br>P&#39;ng Loke1*, Samantha N. Hammond2, Jacqueline M. Leung1, Charles C. Kim3, Sajeev <br>
-Batra3, Crisanta Rocha4, Angel Balmaseda5, Eva Harris6* 1 Department of Medical <br>
-Parasitology, School of Medicine, New York University, New York, New York, United <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:eF_eL9T5aIoJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1931312810003446">Mouse STAT2 Restricts Early <b>Dengue </b>Virus Replication</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Ashour, J Morrison, M Laurent-Rolle&hellip; - Cell Host &amp; Microbe, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus encodes several interferon antagonists. Among these the NS5 protein binds <br>
-STAT2, a necessary component of the type I interferon signaling pathway, and targets it for <br>
-degradation. We now demonstrate that the ability of <b>dengue</b> NS5 to associate with and <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000098">The Aedes aegypti toll pathway controls <b>dengue </b>virus infection</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000098"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>Z Xi, JL Ramirez&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br>The Aedes aegypti mosquito is largely responsible for the transmission of <b>dengue</b> viruses that <br>
-cause disease in humans. The virus is taken up with an infected blood meal from which it will <br>
-first infect the mosquito gut tissue. From the gut it will migrate to other parts of the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1478978164059457238&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 61</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:1sZS481ihhQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:1sZS481ihhQJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1478978164059457238&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.springerlink.com/index/G173362681012L52.pdf">Prospective Cohort Studies of <b>Dengue </b>Viral Transmission and Severity of Disease</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>TP Endy, IK Yoon&hellip; - <b>Dengue </b>Virus, 2010 - Springer</span><br>Abstract As the four serotypes of <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) systematically spread throughout the <br>
-tropical and subtropical regions globally, <b>dengue</b> is increasingly contributing to the overall morbidity <br>
-and mortality sustained by populations and thereby challenging the health infrastructures <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12981854231453885112&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:uOK1h6TPKLQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12981854231453885112&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0035920308000977"><b>Dengue </b>haemorrhagic fever integral hypothesis: confirming observations, 1987-2007</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MG Guzman&hellip; - Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical  &hellip;, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>In 1987, Kouri et al. published in Transactions their integral hypothesis to explain the development <br>
-of <b>dengue</b> haemorrhagic fever (DHF) epidemics (Kouri, GP, Guzm�n, MG, Bravo, JR, 1987. Why <br>
-<b>dengue</b> haemorrhagic fever in Cuba? 2. An integral analysis. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16858261341186747513&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 14</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:eewi9F6T9OkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16858261341186747513&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nrmicro/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nrmicro1690.html">Prospects for a <b>dengue </b>virus vaccine</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://vsites.unb.br/ib/cel/microbiologia/micromedica/8b.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from unb.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SS Whitehead, JE Blaney, AP Durbin&hellip; - Nature Reviews  &hellip;, 2007 - nature.com</span><br>The number of cases of severe <b>dengue</b> disease continues to grow in endemic areas of southeast <br>
-Asia, Central and South America, and other subtropical regions. Children bear the greatest burden <br>
-of disease, and the development of an effective vaccine remains a global public health <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11054186600812922147&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 108</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:I0VWViVcaJkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/18/01/RN210279660.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11054186600812922147&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/CVI.00475-08v1">Application of <b>Dengue </b>NS1 Ag Rapid Test for On-site Detection of Imported <b>Dengue </b>Cases at Airports</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2668285/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>PY Shu, CF Yang, JF Kao, CL Su&hellip; - Clinical and Vaccine  &hellip;, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Page 1. 1 Application of <b>Dengue</b> NS1 Ag Rapid Test for On-site Detection of 1 Imported <b>Dengue</b><br>
-Cases at Airports 2 <b>...</b> cvi.asm.org Downloaded from Page 2. 2 ABSTRACT 1 We applied the <b>dengue</b><br>
-NS1 Ag rapid test for on-site detection of imported <b>dengue</b> 2 cases at airports. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2346150111045501980&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:HEScdhgzjyAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2346150111045501980&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1537-2995.2008.01771.x/full"><b>Dengue </b>virus in blood donations, Puerto Rico, 2005</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>H Mohammed, JM Linnen, JL Mu�oz&#8208;Jord�n&hellip; -  &hellip;, 2008 - Wiley Online Library</span><br>From the <b>Dengue</b> Branch, Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Disease, Centers for Disease Control <br>
-and Prevention, San Juan, Puerto Rico; American Red Cross, Gaithersburg, Maryland; <br>
-Gen-Probe, Inc., San Diego, California; and the Division of Vector-Borne Infectious <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8651970338798757266&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 34</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:kuVQ2y75EXgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8651970338798757266&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:95922">Enhanced protection of mice from challenge with <b>dengue </b>virus following immunization with recombinant NS1 and CpG oligonucleotides</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Pickering, DA Hume&hellip; - &hellip;  Symposium on Positive &hellip;, 2010 - espace.library.uq.edu.au</span><br><b>...</b> Enhanced protection of mice from challenge with <b>dengue</b> virus following immunization with<br>
-recombinant NS1 and CpG oligonucleotides. <b>...</b> Enhanced protection of mice from challenge with<br>
-<b>dengue</b> virus following immunization with recombinant NS1 and CpG oligonucleotides. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:Xhb63uprR0oJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5352365338660574814&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/84/2/218">Factors Influencing <b>Dengue </b>Virus Isolation by C6/36 Cell Culture and Mosquito Inoculation of Nested PCR-Positive Clinical Samples</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RG Jarman, A Nisalak, KB Anderson&hellip; - The American Journal of &hellip;, 2011 - ASTMH</span><br>Abstract.: <b>Dengue</b> viral isolation is necessary for definitive diagnosis, pathogenesis and evolutionary <br>
-research, vaccine candidates, and diagnostic materials. Using standardized techniques, we <br>
-analyzed isolation rates of 1,544 randomly selected polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-<b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/Suppl_1_Pt_3/iii174.short">&hellip;  and anti-malarial IgG subclass pattern among Fulani and sympatric ethnic groups living in eastern SudanPP-095-11 The asymptomatic <b>dengue </b>infection in a Cuban  &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/Suppl_1_Pt_3/iii174.full.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from oxfordjournals.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>R Shashidharamurthy, J Patel&hellip; - International  &hellip;, 2010 - intimmabs.oxfordjournals.org</span><br>WS/PP-095-07 Enhanced levels of both membrane-bound and soluble forms of IgM Fc receptor <br>
-(FcmR) in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) Y. Kubagawa1, T. Motohashi1, FJ <br>
-Li1, LS Wilson1, LF Bertoli2, JC Barton2, S. Barnes1, RS Davis1, H. Kubagawa1. <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1537-2995.2008.01772.x/full"><b>Dengue </b>viremia in blood donors from Honduras, Brazil, and Australia</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JM Linnen, E Vinelli, EC Sabino, LH Tobler&hellip; -  &hellip;, 2008 - Wiley Online Library</span><br>From Gen-Probe, Inc., San Diego, California; the Honduras Red Cross National Blood <br>
-Program, Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Funda�ao Pro Sangue/Hemocentro do S�o Paulo, S�o <br>
-Paulo, Brazil; the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Queensland, Australia; the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8589722576542326203&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 39</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:u131TSzTNHcJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8589722576542326203&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/328/5979/745?ijkey=QTRH4pVHmcKlI&amp;keytype=ref&amp;siteid=sci">Cross-reacting antibodies enhance <b>dengue </b>virus infection in humans</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>W Dejnirattisai, A Jumnainsong, N Onsirisakul&hellip; - Science, 2010 - sciencemag.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus co-circulates as four serotypes, and sequential infections with more than one serotype <br>
-are common. One hypothesis for the increased severity seen in secondary infections is <br>
-antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) leading to increased replication in Fc receptor�<b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=15753019486563034146&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 18</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ImRljML3ndoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=15753019486563034146&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17492597"><b>Dengue </b>virus infects macrophages and dendritic cells in a mouse model of infection.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JL Kyle, PR Beatty&hellip; - The Journal of infectious diseases, 2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever is a mosquitoborne viral illness caused by 4 <b>dengue</b> viruses (DENV-1-4). The <br>
-cellular tropism of DENV has not been definitively determined, despite its importance for understanding <br>
-viral pathogenesis and identifying therapeutic targets. To define DENV cellular tropism in <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=15889330971486196829&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 37</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:XRQMUlU-gtwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/4E/0B/RN210003720.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=15889330971486196829&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.jimmunol.org/cgi/content/abstract/183/12/8035">Distinct Antiviral Roles for Human 2&#39;, 5&#39;-Oligoadenylate Synthetase Family Members against <b>Dengue </b>Virus Infection</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.jimmunol.org/cgi/content/full/183/12/8035"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from jimmunol.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RJ Lin, HP Yu, BL Chang, WC Tang&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - Am Assoc Immnol</span><br>The 2&#39;,5&#39;-oligoadenylate synthetase (OAS) and its downstream effector RNase L play important <br>
-roles in host defense against virus infection. Oas1b, one of the eight Oas1 genes in the mouse <br>
-genome, has been identified as a murine flavivirus-resistance gene. Four genes, OAS1, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1178498195377124540&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 6</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vHTkX93dWhAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1178498195377124540&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nsmb/journal/v15/n3/abs/nsmb.1382.html">Binding of a neutralizing antibody to <b>dengue </b>virus alters the arrangement of surface glycoproteins</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SM Lok, V Kostyuchenko, GE Nybakken&hellip; - Nature Structural &amp;  &hellip;, 2008 - nature.com</span><br>The monoclonal antibody 1A1D-2 has been shown to strongly neutralize <b>dengue</b> virus serotypes <br>
-1, 2 and 3, primarily by inhibiting attachment to host cells. A crystal structure of its antigen binding <br>
-fragment (Fab) complexed with domain III of the viral envelope glycoprotein, E, showed <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16289754334167424850&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 30</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Ut9tlkLVEOIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/01/39/RN224927216.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16289754334167424850&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctu>[CITATION]</span> Estimating the Global Burden of <b>Dengue</b></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>ME Beatty, GW Letson&hellip; - &hellip;  Conference of <b>Dengue </b>and <b>Dengue </b> &hellip;, 2008</span><br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11588372061221872064&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:wOEw6v0q0qAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600332/">Seasonality, annual trends, and characteristics of <b>dengue </b>among ill returned travelers, 1997�2006</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600332/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Schwartz, LH Weld, A Wilder-Smith&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>We examined seasonality and annual trends for <b>dengue</b> cases among 522 returned travelers <br>
-reported to the international GeoSentinel Surveillance Network. <b>Dengue</b> cases showed <br>
-region-specific peaks for Southeast Asia (June, September), South Central Asia <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14782623915761044181&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 23</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:1YohMyFuJs0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14782623915761044181&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 13 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=21453298">Expression of the <b>dengue </b>virus type 2 NS5 protein in a CD4+ T cell line inhibits HIV replication</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JH McLinden, JT Stapleton, C QING&hellip; - The Journal of infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) load is suppressed during <b>dengue</b> virus infection. The <br>
-NS5A phosphoprotein of GB virus C (a related flavivirus) inhibits HIV replication in vitro. To determine <br>
-whether the <b>dengue</b> virus NS5 protein inhibits HIV replication, CD4 + T cell lines <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12991334207121879796&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 4</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:9HLhXaF9SrQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12991334207121879796&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.0040017">The mannose receptor mediates <b>dengue </b>virus infection of macrophages</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.0040017"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JL Miller, BJ Dewet, L Martinez-Pomares&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> disease and its severe manifestations are a growing public health concern, with a third <br>
-to half the world&#39;s population living in <b>dengue</b>-endemic areas. In recent years there have been <br>
-significant advances in understanding <b>dengue</b> virus (DV) interactions with target cells <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=121478522162651997&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 40</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:XSNYgRKUrwEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:XSNYgRKUrwEJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=121478522162651997&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 14 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/83/16/8276">Cardif-mediated signaling controls the initial innate response to <b>dengue </b>virus in vivo</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2715757/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>ST Perry, TR Prestwood, SM Lada&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>The role of Cardif-dependent signaling in controlling <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) infection and regulating <br>
-type I interferon (IFN) production in vivo was examined in Cardif-deficient mice. DENV RNA levels <br>
-were significantly elevated in both the serum and lymphoid tissues of Cardif �/� mice at <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13159197299375588033&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:wcKPLjncnrYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13159197299375588033&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://mbe.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/27/4/811">Epidemic dynamics revealed in <b>dengue </b>evolution</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.hawaii.edu/publichealth/ecohealth/si/course-eids/Mol%20Biol%20Evol%202010%20Bennett.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from hawaii.edu</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SN Bennett, AJ Drummond, DD Kapan&hellip; - Molecular biology and  &hellip;, 2010 - SMBE</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is an emerging tropical disease infecting tens of millions of people annually. A febrile <br>
-illness with potentially severe hemorrhagic manifestations, <b>dengue</b> is caused by mosquito-borne <br>
-viruses (DENV-1 to -4) that are maintained in endemic transmission in large urban <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5975234262402101538&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 4</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:InE4TOdL7FIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5975234262402101538&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=22575811"><b>Dengue </b>Hemorrhagic Fever: The Sensitivity and Specificity of the World Health Organization Definition for Identification of Severe Cases of <b>Dengue </b>in Thailand, 1994 &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A SRIKIATKHACHORN, RV GIBBONS&hellip; - Clinical infectious  &hellip;, 2010 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Background. <b>Dengue</b> virus infection causes a spectrum of clinical manifestations, usually classified <br>
-according to the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines into <b>dengue</b> fever (DF) and <b>dengue</b> <br>
-hemorrhagic fever (DHF). The ability of these guidelines to categorize severe <b>dengue  ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9805711487886180771&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:o0FsNaXiFIgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0092867409015645">The IFITM proteins mediate cellular resistance to influenza A H1N1 virus, West Nile virus, and <b>dengue </b>virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.cell.com/cell-host-microbe/abstract/S1931-3128(10)00171-X?script=true"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from cell.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AL Brass, I Huang - Cell, 2009 - Elsevier</span><br>Influenza viruses exploit host cell machinery to replicate, resulting in epidemics of respiratory <br>
-illness. In turn, the host expresses antiviral restriction factors to defend against infection. To find <br>
-host cell modifiers of influenza A H1N1 viral infection, we used a functional genomic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=15062039337939351257&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 35</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:2bbVyvkcB9EJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=15062039337939351257&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 23 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/104/22/9422.full">Monoclonal antibody-mediated enhancement of <b>dengue </b>virus infection in vitro and in vivo and strategies for prevention</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/104/22/9422.full"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from pnas.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AP Goncalvez, RE Engle&hellip; - Proceedings of the  &hellip;, 2007 - National Acad Sciences</span><br>Infection with <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) or any other flavivirus induces cross-reactive, but weakly <br>
-neutralizing or nonneutralizing, antibodies that recognize epitopes involving the fusion peptide <br>
-in the envelope glycoprotein. Humanized mAb IgG 1A5, derived from a chimpanzee, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13167829853425072362&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 63</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:6ngvTHyHvbYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/23/47/RN209663828.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13167829853425072362&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://www.dengue.lcc.ufmg.br/dengue_cd/files/sabermais/materiais/dengue%204%5B1%5D.pdf">The WHO <b>dengue </b>classification and case definitions: time for a reassessment</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.dengue.lcc.ufmg.br/dengue_cd/files/sabermais/materiais/dengue%204%5B1%5D.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ufmg.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JL Deen, E Harris, B Wills, A Balmaseda&hellip; - Lancet, 2006 - <b>dengue</b>.lcc.ufmg.br</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is the most prevalent mosquito-borne viral disease in people. It is caused by four <b>dengue</b> <br>
-virus serotypes (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, and DEN-4), of the genus Flavivirus, and transmitted <br>
-by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Infection provides life-long immunity against the infecting <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6848578051286386969&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 101</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:GUl2y3MJC18J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:GUl2y3MJC18J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6848578051286386969&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctu>[CITATION]</span> The global burden of <b>dengue</b></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>ME Beatty, GW Letson&hellip; - 2009</span><br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=17690250723669798017&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nature02165.html">Structure of the <b>dengue </b>virus envelope protein after membrane fusion</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="https://sbgrid.org/lib-sch/Modis-Nature-2004.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from sbgrid.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>Y Modis, S Ogata, D Clements&hellip; - Nature, 2004 - nature.com</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus enters a host cell when the viral envelope glycoprotein, E, binds to a receptor and <br>
-responds by conformational rearrangement to the reduced pH of an endosome. The conformational <br>
-change induces fusion of viral and host-cell membranes. A three-dimensional structure of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14947555440315627348&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 373</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:VHd4OHpicM8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/33/4C/RN143547807.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14947555440315627348&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 21 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://ukpmc.ac.uk/abstract/MED/19392621">TNF and LTA gene, allele, and extended HLA haplotype associations with severe <b>dengue </b>virus infection in ethnic Thais.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Vejbaesya, P Luangtrakool&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - ukpmc.ac.uk</span><br>Either your web browser doesn&#39;t support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter <br>
-case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page.  <b> ...</b> TNF and <br>
-LTA gene, allele, and extended HLA haplotype associations with severe <b>dengue</b> virus <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13792592257004594599&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 5</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:p-WP2pQhab8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:p-WP2pQhab8J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13792592257004594599&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0198885910004726">Tumor necrosis factor�alpha, transforming growth factor�&#946;1, and interleukin-10 gene polymorphisms: implication in protection or susceptibility to <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic  &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AB Perez, B Sierra, G Garcia, E Aguirre&hellip; - Human Immunology, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus infection has emerged as one of the most important arthropod-borne viral <br>
-diseases. Some <b>dengue</b> infected individuals develop the severe, life-threatening form of the <br>
-disease, <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever/<b>dengue</b> shock syndrome (DHF/DSS). Host genetic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11087124845557058298&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctu>[CITATION]</span> Patient and mouse antibodies against <b>dengue </b>virus nonstructural protein 1 cross-react with platelets and cause their dysfunction or depletion</h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CF Lin, HY Lei, CC Liu, HS Liu, TM Yeh&hellip; - Am. J. Infect. Dis, 2008</span><br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=17888037962746035450&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:-vwtksATP_gJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=17888037962746035450&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2725812/"><b>Dengue </b>virus serotype 3, Karachi, Pakistan</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2725812/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>B Jamil, R Hasan, A Zafar, K Bewley&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>From September through December 2005, at least 3 major hospitals in Karachi, including <br>
-AKUH, had a sudden increase in the number of patients with signs consistent with the World <br>
-Health Organization definition of DHF: high fever, rash, epistaxis, gum bleeding, liver <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7704671747877356165&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 14</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:hcI3MyJ-7GoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7704671747877356165&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.theclinics.com/periodicals/atc/article/S1201-9712(08)01428-8/abstract">Fatal severe <b>dengue </b>and cell death in sickle cell disease during the 2001-2002 Havana <b>dengue </b>epidemic</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Limonta, D Gonz�lez, V Cap�, G Torres&hellip; - Int J Infect Dis, 2009 - theclinics.com</span><br>No abstract is available. To read the body of this article, please view the Full Text online.  <b> ...</b> Corresponding <br>
-Author Information Corresponding author. Tel.: +53 7 2020450/2020633; fax: +53 7 <br>
-2046051.  <b> ...</b> &#9734; This research was partly presented at the 6th International Cell Death <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11457741798439455748&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:BAwhwHUTAp8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:BAwhwHUTAp8J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11457741798439455748&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/full/82/8/3939?view=long&amp;pmid=18272578">Role of dendritic cells in antibody-dependent enhancement of <b>dengue </b>virus infection</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2292981/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>K Boonnak, BM Slike, TH Burgess&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses (DV), composed of four distinct serotypes (DV1 to DV4), cause 50 to 100 million <br>
-infections annually. Durable homotypic immunity follows infection but may predispose to severe <br>
-subsequent heterotypic infections, a risk conferred in part by the immune response itself. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=15449415301156467274&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 40</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:SnLqpFxZZ9YJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/54/5D/RN227292970.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=15449415301156467274&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/abstract/357/22/2222"><b>Dengue </b>and yellow fever--challenges for the development and use of vaccines</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.sbmt.org.br/arquivos/artigos/Dengue_febre_amarela.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from sbmt.org.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>TP Monath - New England Journal of Medicine, 2007 - content.nejm.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is an important human viral disease transmitted by insects. Although nearly half the <br>
-world&#39;s population is at risk for infection and as many as 100 million cases occur annually, 1 <br>
-we have no antiviral drugs to treat it and no vaccines to prevent it. A closely related but <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=17473196444378940276&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 36</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:dEPT1ZZDffIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/43/29/RN219645130.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=17473196444378940276&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 11 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0166093408002395">A new quantitative RT-PCR method for sensitive detection of <b>dengue </b>virus in serum samples</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>N Sadon, A Delers, RG Jarman&hellip; - Journal of virological  &hellip;, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>In order to detect and identify <b>dengue</b> serotypes in serum samples, we developed a single-step <br>
-quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (Q-RT-PCR) assay (referred to as <br>
-Q-PCR). Sets of primers were selected from the capsid region of the viral genome. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2457000890013352682&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 5</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:6oIQrkoFGSIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2457000890013352682&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000299"><b>Dengue </b>virus type 2 infections of Aedes aegypti are modulated by the mosquito&#39;s RNA interference pathway</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000299"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>I S�nchez-Vargas, JC Scott, BK Poole-Smith&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2009 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses, globally the most prevalent arboviruses, are transmitted to humans by persistently <br>
-infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Understanding the mechanisms mosquitoes use to modulate <br>
-infections by these agents of serious human diseases should give us critical insights into <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3270832736854079458&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 36</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:4vfnZwtVZC0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:4vfnZwtVZC0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3270832736854079458&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19747662">A travel medicine view of <b>dengue </b>and <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Meltzer&hellip; - Travel medicine and infectious disease, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever is the most prevalent arboviral infection worldwide, with up to 40% of the world <br>
-population living in endemic regions. Among travelers to tropical countries, <b>dengue</b> infection <br>
-is increasingly reported, and it is now a leading cause of post-travel fever. Outbreaks of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7441951574180434992&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:MBSvDocfR2cJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7441951574180434992&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682209006515">The <b>dengue </b>virus type 2 envelope protein fusion peptide is essential for membrane fusion</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CYH Huang, S Butrapet, KJ Moss, T Childers&hellip; - Virology, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br>The flaviviral envelope (E) protein directs virus-mediated membrane fusion. To investigate membrane <br>
-fusion as a requirement for virus growth, we introduced 27 unique mutations into the fusion peptide <br>
-of an infectious cDNA clone of <b>dengue</b> 2 virus and recovered seven stable mutant <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7033154960139950557&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:3RlrSSzJmmEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7033154960139950557&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17319151"><b>Dengue</b>/<b>dengue </b>haemorrhagic fever: history and current status.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DJ Gubler - Novartis Foundation symposium, 2006 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>...</b> 2006;277:3-16; discussion 16-22, 71-3, 251-3. <b>Dengue</b>/<b>dengue</b> haemorrhagic fever: history and<br>
-current status. Gubler DJ. <b>...</b> <b>Dengue</b> fever (DF) is an old disease; the first record of a clinically<br>
-compatible disease being recorded in a Chinese medical encyclopaedia in 992. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10718951693020231016&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 61</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:aPUK-8VdwZQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/36/58/RN193957020.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10718951693020231016&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2008.01538.x/full">Integrating biophysical models and evolutionary theory to predict climatic impacts on species&#39; ranges: the <b>dengue </b>mosquito Aedes aegypti in Australia</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.zoology.wisc.edu/faculty/Por/pdfs/biophysical.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from wisc.edu</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>M Kearney, WP Porter, C Williams&hellip; - Functional  &hellip;, 2009 - Wiley Online Library</span><br>Here we use biophysical models of energy and mass transfer to predict climatic impacts on the <br>
-potential range of the <b>dengue</b> fever vector, Aedes aegypti, in Australia. We develop a first-principles <br>
-approach to calculate water depth and daily temperature cycles in containers differing in <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8558042823910069409&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 32</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:oZS9G5tGxHYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8558042823910069409&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctu>[CITATION]</span> Co-circulations of two genotypes of <b>dengue </b>virus in 2006 out-break of <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever in Karachi</h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Khan, R Hasan, V Mehraj, A Nasir, J Siddiqui&hellip; - Pakistan. J Clin Virol, 2008</span><br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=844046498032297790&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:PqcgadGntgsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.jbc.org/content/284/25/17021.short">The polypyrimidine tract-binding protein is required for efficient <b>dengue </b>virus propagation and associates with the viral replication machinery</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.jbc.org/content/284/25/17021.long"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from jbc.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Anwar, KM Leong, ML Ng, JJH Chu&hellip; - Journal of Biological  &hellip;, 2009 - ASBMB</span><br>The polypyrimidine tract-binding protein (PTB) functions primarily as an IRES trans-acting factor <br>
-in the propagation of hepatitis C virus and picornaviruses. PTB interacts with secondary structures <br>
-within the 3&#8242;- and 5&#8242;-untranslated regions of these viral genomes to mediate efficient <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13166292286031175015&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 11</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Z53afRMRuLYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13166292286031175015&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0140673607606710">Burden of symptomatic <b>dengue </b>infection in children at primary school in Thailand: a prospective study</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ph.ucla.edu/EPI/29107/cmat29107/lancet369_1452_1458_2007.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ucla.edu</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>KB Anderson, S Chunsuttiwat, A Nisalak&hellip; - The Lancet, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> accounted for 328 (11%) of the 3056 febrile cases identified in 2114 children during <br>
-the study period. The mean burden of <b>dengue</b> was 465�3 (SD 358�0; range 76�5�954�0) DALYs <br>
-per million population per year, accounting for about 15% of DALYs lost to all febrile <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10888460020448437126&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 36</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:hiPf9bKUG5cJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10888460020448437126&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/107/39/16922.full">Immunodominant T-cell responses to <b>dengue </b>virus NS3 are associated with DHF</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>T Duangchinda, W Dejnirattisai&hellip; - Proceedings of the  &hellip;, 2010 - National Acad Sciences</span><br><b>Dengue</b> infections are increasing at an alarming rate in many tropical and subtropical <br>
-countries, where epidemics can put health care systems under extreme pressure. The more severe <br>
-infections lead to <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF), which can be life threatening. A <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:QrwhjHgLBSIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2451378184548105282&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/82/1/173">Crystal structure of the NS3 protease-helicase from <b>dengue </b>virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2224403/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Luo, T Xu, C Hunke, G Gruber&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Several flaviviruses are important human pathogens, including <b>dengue</b> virus, a disease against <br>
-which neither a vaccine nor specific antiviral therapies currently exist. During infection, the flavivirus <br>
-RNA genome is translated into a polyprotein, which is cleaved into several components. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10874262013015014882&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 35</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:4r1IwK8j6ZYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/49/58/RN226114516.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10874262013015014882&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118506990/abstract">Editorial: Towards a global <b>dengue </b>research agenda</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Farrar, D Focks, D Gubler&hellip; - Tropical Medicine  &hellip;, 2007 - interscience.wiley.com</span><br>Epidemiological challenge and international response <b>Dengue</b> is the most rapidly advancing <br>
-vector-borne disease with an estimated 50 million <b>dengue</b> infections occurring annually (Figures <br>
-1 and 2). As a result of major demogra- phic changes, rapid urbanization on a massive <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1561537901584603285&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 43</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:lVhCt3KyqxUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/2E/54/RN209590590.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1561537901584603285&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/83/11/5408">NS5 of <b>dengue </b>virus mediates STAT2 binding and degradation</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2681973/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Ashour, M Laurent-Rolle, PY Shi&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>The mammalian interferon (IFN) signaling pathway is a primary component of the innate antiviral <br>
-response. As such, viral pathogens have devised multiple mechanisms to antagonize this pathway <br>
-and thus facilitate infection. <b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) encodes several proteins (NS2a, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12654037998089146043&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 22</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:uw5m6oMsnK8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12654037998089146043&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20355276">Retraction notice to&quot; Crystal structure of <b>dengue </b>virus NS3 protease in complex with a Bowman-Birk inhibitor: implications for flaviviral polyprotein processing and drug &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HM Murthy, K Judge, L DeLucas&hellip; - Journal of molecular  &hellip;, 2010 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>Retraction notice to &quot;Crystal structure of <b>dengue</b> virus NS3 protease in complex with a <br>
-Bowman-Birk inhibitor: implications for flaviviral polyprotein processing and drug design&quot; [J. <br>
-Mol. Biol. (2000) 301, 759-767].  <b> ...</b> Murthy HM, Judge K, DeLucas L, Padmanabhan R.  </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/84/16/8353">Influence of pr-M cleavage on the heterogeneity of extracellular <b>dengue </b>virus particles</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Junjhon, TJ Edwards, U Utaipat&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2010 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>During <b>dengue</b> virus replication, an incomplete cleavage of the envelope glycoprotein prM, generates <br>
-a mixture of mature (prM-less) and prM-containing, immature extracellular particles. In this <br>
-study, sequential immunoprecipitation and cryoelectron microscopy revealed a third type <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:bwpt569IUfgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=17893162714858850927&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0092867409015001">A Wolbachia symbiont in Aedes aegypti limits infection with <b>dengue</b>, Chikungunya, and Plasmodium</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.cell.com/abstract/S0092-8674(10)00842-1?script=true"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from cell.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LA Moreira, I Iturbe-Ormaetxe, JA Jeffery, G Lu&hellip; - Cell, 2009 - Elsevier</span><br>Wolbachia are maternally inherited intracellular bacterial symbionts that are estimated to infect <br>
-more than 60% of all insect species. While Wolbachia is commonly found in many mosquitoes <br>
-it is absent from the species that are considered to be of major importance for the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3138441459601338574&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 28</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:znDlG-H7jSsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3138441459601338574&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 11 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17262707">A <b>dengue </b>fever viremia model in mice shows reduction in viral replication and suppression of the inflammatory response after treatment with antiviral drugs.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>W Schul, W Liu, HY Xu, M Flamand&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>1. J Infect Dis. 2007 Mar 1;195(5):665-74. Epub 2007 Jan 23. A <b>dengue</b> fever viremia model in<br>
-mice shows reduction in viral replication and suppression of the inflammatory response after<br>
-treatment with antiviral drugs. Schul W, Liu W, Xu HY, Flamand M, Vasudevan SG. <b>...</b> 
-<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=837694807223269657&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 38</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:GXm7Jv0WoAsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/53/4E/RN204108687.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=837694807223269657&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/117348378/abstract">Monocytes, but not T or B cells, are the principal target cells for <b>dengue </b>virus (DV) infection among human peripheral blood mononuclear cells</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>Z Kou, M Quinn, H Chen&hellip; - Journal of medical  &hellip;, 2008 - interscience.wiley.com</span><br>A better understanding of the pathogenesis of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever and <b>dengue</b> shock <br>
-syndrome requires the precise identification of <b>dengue</b> virus (DV) permissive target cells. To <br>
-examine the relative DV permissiveness among cell subsets, we inoculated unfractionat- <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2594161114405676683&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 29</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:iyZIAspPACQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/23/28/RN219926039.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2594161114405676683&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/83/17/8638">Humanized mice show clinical signs of <b>dengue </b>fever according to infecting virus genotype</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2738212/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Mota&hellip; - Journal of virology, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>We demonstrated that the infection of humanized NOD-scid IL2r null mice with different strains <br>
-(representing the four genotypes) of <b>dengue</b> virus serotype 2 (DEN-2) can induce the development <br>
-of human-like disease, including fever, viremia, erythema, and thrombocytopenia. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16612257057079308862&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 12</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:PjKwJMeXiuYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16612257057079308862&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=18812216">The differences of clinical manifestations and laboratory findings in children and adults with <b>dengue </b>virus infection</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>L Kittigul, P Pitakarnjanakul, D Sujirarat&hellip; - Journal of clinical  &hellip;, 2007 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Background: <b>Dengue</b> haemorrhagic fever is an important public health problem and mainly occurs <br>
-in children less than 15 years of age. Recently, the incidence of the disease have increased <br>
-in adults but data on clinical and laboratory presentations of those affected are limited. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=971366766809862284&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 27</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:jFBSiu38eg0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=971366766809862284&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1001131"><b>Dengue </b>Virus Ensures Its Fusion in Late Endosomes Using Compartment-Specific Lipids</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1001131"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Zaitseva, ST Yang, K Melikov, S Pourmal&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2010 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus infection is a growing public health problem with up to 100 million cases <br>
-annually, and neither vaccines nor effective therapies are available. To search for the ways of <br>
-preventing and treating <b>dengue</b> infections we need to better understand their molecular <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16888365506702028480&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:wC7vL_OGX-oJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682210004344">Mutations of an antibody binding energy hot spot on domain III of the <b>dengue </b>2 envelope glycoprotein exploited for neutralization escape</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>GD Gromowski, JT Roehrig, MS Diamond, JC Lee&hellip; - Virology, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br>Previous crystallographic studies have identified a total of 11 DENV-2 envelope protein domain <br>
-III (ED3) residues (K305, F306, K307, V308, V309, K310, I312, Q325, P364, K388, and <br>
-N390) that interacted, through both side- and main-chain contacts, with the Fab of a <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cluster=13743407663473071052&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ijmm.org/article.asp?issn=0255-0857;year=2007;volume=25;issue=2;spage=143;epage=145;aulast=malavige;type=0"><b>Dengue </b>viral infections as a cause of encephalopathy</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ijmm.org/article.asp?issn=0255-0857;year=2007;volume=25;issue=2;spage=143;epage=145;aulast=Malavige"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ijmm.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>GN Malavige, PK Ranatunga, SD Jayaratne&hellip; - Indian Journal of  &hellip;, 2010 - Medknow</span><br>The aim of this study was to determine the clinical characteristics and poor prognostic factors <br>
-associated with high mortality in <b>dengue</b> encephalopathy. Fifteen patients with confirmed <b>dengue</b> <br>
-infections, who developed encephalopathy, were recruited from two tertiary care hospitals <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11564740336600822120&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 6</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:aDG5QhA2fqAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11564740336600822120&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/103/11/4198.short">Engineering RNA interference-based resistance to <b>dengue </b>virus type 2 in genetically modified Aedes aegypti</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/103/11/4198.long"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from pnas.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AWE Franz, I Sanchez-Vargas&hellip; - Proceedings of the  &hellip;, 2006 - National Acad Sciences</span><br>Mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) were genetically modified to exhibit impaired vector competence <br>
-for <b>dengue</b> type 2 viruses (DENV-2). We exploited the natural antiviral RNA interference <br>
-(RNAi) pathway in the mosquito midgut by constructing an effector gene that expresses <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5787659068126075319&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 114</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:txm5FELlUVAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5787659068126075319&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 17 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.jimmunol.org/cgi/content/abstract/184/12/7281">Timing of CD8+ T Cell Responses in Relation to Commencement of Capillary Leakage in Children with <b>Dengue</b></a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>NTP Dung, HTL Duyen, NTV Thuy&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2010 - Am Assoc Immnol</span><br>Immune activation is a feature of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF) and CD8 + T cell responses <br>
-in particular have been suggested as having a role in the vasculopathy that characterizes this <br>
-disease. By phenotyping CD8 + T cells (CD38 + /HLA-DR + , CD38 + /Ki-67 + , or <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:lvqKYGJlISAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2315243156646066838&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0025712508000989">Geographic expansion of <b>dengue</b>: the impact of international travel</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Wilder-Smith&hellip; - Medical Clinics of North America, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> has emerged as an international public health problem. Reasons for the resurgence <br>
-of <b>dengue</b> in the tropics and subtropics are complex and include unprecedented urbanization <br>
-with substandard living conditions, lack of vector control, virus evolution, and international <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3355205797346324624&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 33</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:kLAoY-UVkC4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3355205797346324624&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0303846708001145">Encephalitis and myelitis associated with <b>dengue </b>viral infection:: Clinical and neuroimaging features</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>M Wasay, R Channa, M Jumani, G Shabbir&hellip; - Clinical neurology and  &hellip;, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>Six patients (3%) had evidence of neurological infection (encephalitis: 5 patients; <br>
-encephalomyelitis: 1 patient). Age range was 18�35 years (Mean 27 years). Five patients <br>
-(83%) were women. All patients (100%) had drowsiness, five patients (83%) had fever, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8157376636858949887&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 5</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:_2AM49TSNHEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8157376636858949887&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/121414302/abstract">Understanding the contribution of cellular immunity to <b>dengue </b>disease pathogenesis</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Mathew&hellip; - Immunological reviews, 2008 - interscience.wiley.com</span><br>Summary: <b>Dengue</b> viruses (DENV) are the mosquito-borne viruses of greatest global public health <br>
-importance. DENV circulate as four serotypes with significant immunologic cross-reactivity that <br>
-does not provide protection from secondary infection with heterologous serotypes. The <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=552903188361886127&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 32</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:r7l9OYVOrAcJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=552903188361886127&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000244">Dissecting the cell entry pathway of <b>dengue </b>virus by single-particle tracking in living cells</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000244"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HM Van Der Schaar, MJ Rust, C Chen&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) is the most common arthropod-borne infection worldwide with 50�100 <br>
-million cases annually. Despite its high clinical impact, little is known about the infectious cell <br>
-entry pathway of the virus. Previous studies have shown conflicting evidence about <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10675849954687414134&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 27</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:dm-DgPg8KJQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:dm-DgPg8KJQJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10675849954687414134&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S138665320800214X">Co-circulations of two genotypes of <b>dengue </b>virus in 2006 out-break of <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever in Karachi, Pakistan</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Khan, R Hasan, V Mehraj, A Nasir&hellip; - Journal of Clinical  &hellip;, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>Viral RNA detection of 250 patients revealed positive results in 185 (74.0%) samples. DEN-2 <br>
-was predominant genotype (n = 104, 56.2%) <b>Dengue</b> specific antibodies were detected in 139 <br>
-samples of which 81 were classified as primary cases. DEN-2 accounted for these. Within <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cluster=14322378938193059483&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.jbc.org/content/284/23/15589.full">CRM1-mediated nuclear export of <b>dengue </b>virus RNA polymerase NS5 modulates interleukin-8 induction and virus production</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.jbc.org/content/284/23/15589.full"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from jbc.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SM Rawlinson, MJ Pryor, PJ Wright&hellip; - Journal of Biological  &hellip;, 2009 - ASBMB</span><br>Although all established functions of <b>dengue</b> virus NS5 (nonstructural protein 5) occur in the <br>
-cytoplasm, its nuclear localization, mediated by dual nuclear localization sequences, is essential <br>
-for virus replication. Here, we have determined the mechanism by which NS5 can localize <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13730479452891593918&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 12</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vjxnsVB2jL4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13730479452891593918&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=23597550">Concurrent Isolation of Chikungunya Virus and <b>Dengue </b>Virus from a Patient with Coinfection Resulting from a Trip to Singapore</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SF Chang, CL Su, PY Shu, CF Yang&hellip; - Journal of clinical  &hellip;, 2010 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>We report two cases of imported infection in patients who had returned to Taiwan from <br>
-Singapore: one was coinfected with chikungunya virus and <b>dengue</b> virus type 2, and the other <br>
-was infected with the same <b>dengue</b> virus. Both viruses were successfully isolated from the <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0965174807002421">Identity and transfer of male reproductive gland proteins of the <b>dengue </b>vector mosquito, Aedes aegypti: potential tools for control of female feeding and reproduction</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2758040/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LK Sirot, RL Poulson, M Caitlin McKenna&hellip; - Insect biochemistry and  &hellip;, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>Male reproductive gland proteins (mRGPs) impact the physiology and/or behavior of mated females <br>
-in a broad range of organisms. We sought to identify mRGPs of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes <br>
-aegypti, the primary vector of <b>dengue</b> and yellow fever viruses. Earlier studies with Ae. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5032025784925678993&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 26</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ke0ZY8pY1UUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5032025784925678993&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/353/9/924?andorexacttitleabs=and&amp;SEARCHID=1&amp;COLLECTION_NUM=55&amp;hits=10&amp;andorexactfulltext=and&amp;FIRSTINDEX=210&amp;resourcetype=HWCIT&amp;searchid=1&amp;FIRSTINDEX=210&amp;resourcetype=HWCIT"><b>Dengue </b>in travelers</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://journal.shouxi.net/qikan/article.php?id=216727"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from shouxi.net</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Wilder-Smith&hellip; - New England Journal of Medicine, 2005 - content.nejm.org</span><br>In countries where <b>dengue</b> currently is not endemic but where a capable vector exists, new autochthonous <br>
-cycles of infection may be established from infected travelers or immigrants who are coming <br>
-from areas where the disease is endemic; this phenomenon has been reported in parts of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7740552106799007817&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 168</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:SQgoQyH3a2sJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7740552106799007817&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18175262"><b>Dengue </b>vaccine: opportunities and challenges.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Hatch, A Mathew&hellip; - IDrugs: the investigational drugs  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>Despite many successes in the field of vaccinology over the past century, several important scourges <br>
-for which effective vaccines remain elusive continue to be threats to public health. The <br>
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+2001�2002. It included cases of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever/<b>dengue</b> shock syndrome <br>
+(DHF/DSS). We report neutralizing antibody studies on sera from 54 of 78 DHF/DSS <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5860352210362402156&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 50</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:bIVTLUknVFEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/01/1C/RN200783620.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5860352210362402156&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://www.prosetta.com/pdfs/ICAR%202010%20Posters/MARISSA-DENV-ppt.pdf">Evidence for Host Drug Targets Essential for <b>Dengue </b>Virus Capsid Formation</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.prosetta.com/pdfs/ICAR%202010%20Posters/MARISSA-DENV-ppt.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from prosetta.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>M Baker-Wagner, N Wilcott, Y Marwidi, SF Yu&hellip; - Antiviral  &hellip;, 2010 - prosetta.com</span><br>Legend to Figure 4. Compounds representing several pharmacophores identified through the <br>
+Prosetta plate screen were compared for their efficacy against live DENV in cell culture and against <br>
+other members of family Flaviviridae (WNV and HCV). In addition, as we have observed a <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:55U2geIi9i0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3311872932203369959&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682207003790">Characterization of an antigenic site that contains a dominant, type-specific neutralization determinant on the envelope protein domain III (ED3) of <b>dengue </b>2 virus</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>GD Gromowski&hellip; - Virology, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br>The surface of the mature <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) particle consists of 90 envelope (E) protein dimers <br>
+that mediate both receptor binding and fusion. The E protein ectodomain can be divided into <br>
+three structural domains designated ED1, ED2, and ED3, of which ED3 contains the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16035463926238148684&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 29</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:TPgDPHtpid4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16035463926238148684&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>      <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://dspace.itg.be/handle/10390/1046">Severe <b>dengue </b>virus infection in travelers; risk factors and laboratory indicators</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dspace.itg.be/bitstream/10390/1046/1/2007jidi1089.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from itg.be</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>O Wichmann, J Gascon, M Schunk&hellip; - Name: Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - dspace.itg.be</span><br>Ole Wichmann,1,3 Joaquim Gascon,7 Mirjam Schunk,4 Sabino Puente,8 Heli Siikamaki,11 Ida <br>
+Gj�rup,12 Rogelio Lopez-Velez,9 Joannes Clerinx,13 Gabriele Peyerl-Hoffmann,5 Anders <br>
+Sund�y,14 Blaise Genton,15 Peter Kern,6 Guido Calleri,16 Miguel de G�rgolas,10 <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=4459294235278317488&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 52</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:sBe2CnuY4j0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/2F/19/RN206688050.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=4459294235278317488&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1286457906003534">The envelope glycoprotein domain III of <b>dengue </b>virus serotypes 1 and 2 inhibit virus entry</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JFL Chin, JJH Chu&hellip; - Microbes and Infection, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DV) is a flavivirus and its urban transmission is maintained largely by its mosquito <br>
+vectors and vertebrate host, often human. In this study, investigation was carried out on the involvement <br>
+of domain III of the envelope (E) glycosylated protein of <b>dengue</b> virus serotypes 1 and 2 <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10439747461752885103&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 28</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:bw-RGgFv4ZAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10439747461752885103&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://books.google.com.br/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=6zLd9mFwxwsC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA171&amp;dq=Dengue&amp;ots=_FG1XeUnu0&amp;sig=6x1i8-xaYVYAlnheaDblA1Sub4U">Clinical features of <b>dengue</b></a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Farrar - <b>Dengue</b>, 2008 - books.google.com</span><br>Clinical Features of <b>Dengue</b> Jeremy Farrar Introduction Millions of individuals across the tropical <br>
+and subtropical world get infected with <b>dengue</b> viruses every year. Asmall percentage of them <br>
+pres- ent with clinical disease, and an even smaller percentage present to a hos- pital, or <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8361327299959314804&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:dNnZDOFmCXQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=20204641">Is climate change affecting <b>dengue </b>in the Americas?</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Barclay - Lancet, 2008 - cat.inist.fr</span><br><b>...</b> Envoyer le lien de cette r�f�rence. Titre du document / Document title. Is climate change<br>
+affecting <b>dengue</b> in the Americas? Auteur(s) / Author(s). BARCLAY Eliza ; R�sum� /<br>
+Abstract. <b>Dengue</b> is spreading in the Americas. Incremental <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10462357977149876836&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 22</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ZCr-9CXDMZEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10462357977149876836&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/10/142/">Comparison of two <b>dengue </b>NS 1 rapid tests for sensitivity, specificity and relationship to viraemia and antibody responses</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/10/142/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from biomedcentral.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>V Tricou, HTT Vu, NVN Quynh&hellip; - BMC infectious  &hellip;, 2010 - biomedcentral.com</span><br>The NS1 rapid tests had similar diagnostic sensitivities (respectively 61.6% and 62.4%) in confirmed <br>
+<b>dengue</b> cases but were 100% specific. When IgM/IgG results from the SD <b>Dengue</b> Duo were <br>
+included in the test interpretation, the sensitivity improved significantly from 62.4% with <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14730785836853794420&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 3</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:dJYG7KtDbswJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:dJYG7KtDbswJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14730785836853794420&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682207000955">Solution structure of the envelope protein domain III of <b>dengue</b>-4 virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1950219/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DE Volk, YC Lee, X Li, V Thiviyanathan&hellip; - Virology, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br>The disease <b>dengue</b> (DEN) is caused by four serologically related viruses termed DEN1, <br>
+DEN2, DEN3 and DEN4. The structure of the ectodomain of the envelope protein has been determined <br>
+previously for DEN2 and DEN3 viruses. Using NMR spectroscopic methods, we solved <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=17570147998638951433&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 25</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:CUzqnYO01fMJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=17570147998638951433&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/8/51">Spread pattern of the first <b>dengue </b>epidemic in the city of Salvador, Brazil</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/8/51"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from biomedcentral.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>FR Barreto, MG Teixeira, MCN Costa&hellip; - BMC Public  &hellip;, 2008 - biomedcentral.com</span><br>The explosive epidemics of <b>dengue</b> that have been occurring in various countries have stimulated <br>
+investigation into new approaches to improve understanding of the problem and to develop new <br>
+strategies for controlling the disease. The objective of this study was to evaluate the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8295867575072132651&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 17</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Kw7bK5vXIHMJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:Kw7bK5vXIHMJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8295867575072132651&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/79/1/128">Antigenic relationships between sylvatic and endemic <b>dengue </b>viruses</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/79/1/128"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>N Vasilakis, AP Durbin, A da Rosa, T PA&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - ASTMH</span><br>Sylvatic <b>dengue</b> viruses (DENVs) are transmitted between non-human primates and arboreal <br>
+Aedes spp. mosquitoes in Southeast Asia and west Africa. Recent evidence suggests that the <br>
+risk for re-emergence of sylvatic DENV into the urban endemic/epidemic cycle may be <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10502694805159799694&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 5</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:juvjlUcRwZEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10502694805159799694&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1386653211000242">The development of a novel serotyping-NS1-ELISA to identify serotypes of <b>dengue </b>virus</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Puttikhunt, T Prommool, N U-thainual&hellip; - Journal of Clinical  &hellip;, 2011 - Elsevier</span><br>BACKGROUND: <b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV), which causes mosquito-borne disease <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic <br>
+fever (DHF), consists of four serotypes co-circulating in endemic areas. Currently, DENV serotypes <br>
+can be identified by laborious virus isolation followed by immunofluorescent assay and <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1201971210025166">Long-term persistence of clinical symptoms in <b>dengue</b>-infected persons and its association with immunological disorders</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>G Garc�a, N Gonz�lez, AB P�rez, B Sierra&hellip; - International Journal of  &hellip;, 2011 - Elsevier</span><br>OBJECTIVES: The acute manifestations of <b>dengue</b> are well known. The clinical symptoms that <br>
+present during the convalescent phase of infection are less well characterized, but may be <br>
+autoimmune-based. This study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of persistent <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000790">Lethal antibody enhancement of <b>dengue </b>disease in mice is prevented by Fc modification</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000790"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SJ Balsitis, KL Williams, R Lachica, D Flores&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2010 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is the most common vector-borne viral disease of humans, with over 3 billion people <br>
+at risk for infection and 50�100 million infections in tropical and subtropical regions each <br>
+year. <b>Dengue</b> virus (DV) causes a spectrum of clinical disease ranging from an acute <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5625323170809965368&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:OOvmnp4pEU4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:OOvmnp4pEU4J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5625323170809965368&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cmr.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/22/2/186">Emergence of the Severe Syndrome and Mortality Associated with <b>Dengue </b>and <b>Dengue</b>-Like Illness: Historical Records (1890 to 1950) and Their Compatibility with  &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2668235/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>G Kuno - Clinical microbiology reviews, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Summary: Outbreaks of the severe <b>dengue</b> syndrome, <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF), emerged <br>
+beginning in the 1950s, marking a dramatic change in the <b>dengue</b> syndrome. While intense investigations <br>
+in multiple directions have been conducted for many years to elucidate the intrinsic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=240611978452349092&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 3</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:pDBb0FHTVgMJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=240611978452349092&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/JVI.00606-08v1">Characterization of <b>dengue </b>complex-specific neutralizing epitopes on the envelope protein domain III of <b>dengue </b>2 virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2519678/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>GD Gromowski, ND Barrett&hellip; - Journal of virology, 2008 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Page 1. 1 Characterization of <b>Dengue</b> Complex-specific Neutralizing Epitopes on the Envelope<br>
+1 Protein Domain III of <b>Dengue</b> 2 Virus 2 3 <b>...</b> 19 Short title: <b>dengue</b> complex antigenic site 20 Key<br>
+words: <b>dengue</b>, envelope protein domain 3, <b>dengue</b>-2 virus, monoclonal antibodies 21 <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1757411318762911151&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 25</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:rzUdg0iUYxgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1757411318762911151&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.springerlink.com/index/4417156824l42875.pdf">Race: a risk factor for <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>BC Sierra, G Kouri&hellip; - Archives of Virology, 2007 - Springer</span><br>Page 1. Arch Virol (2007) 152: 533�542 DOI 10.1007/s00705-006-0869-x Printed<br>
+in The Netherlands Race: a risk factor for <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever B. de la C. Sierra,<br>
+G. Kour&#305;, and MG Guzm�n Department of Virology, Institute <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1446151073103276086&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 23</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:NujeK73CERQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/02/61/RN204190729.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1446151073103276086&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000215">Differential gene expression changes in children with severe <b>dengue </b>virus infections</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000215"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MD De Kruif, TE Setiati, AT Mairuhu, P Koraka&hellip; - PLoS Negl Trop  &hellip;, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus infection is an impressively emerging disease that can be fatal in severe <br>
+cases. It is not precisely clear why some patients progress to severe disease whereas most patients <br>
+only suffer from a mild infection. In severe disease, a �cytokine storm� is induced, which <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10366077757989128715&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:CwoFj8y0248J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:CwoFj8y0248J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10366077757989128715&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S0042-96862008000300011&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en">Reconstructing historical changes in the force of infection of <b>dengue </b>fever in Singapore: implications for surveillance and control</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S0042-96862008000300011&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from scielosp.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JR Egger, EE Ooi, DW Kelly&hellip; - Bulletin of the World &hellip;, 2008 - SciELO Public Health</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever is a viral infection transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes that has recently re-emerged <br>
+globally as the most important arboviral disease. 1 There are four antigenically distinct <b>dengue</b> <br>
+virus serotypes (DEN 1�4) that induce permanent serotype-specific, IgG <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=7905980301431545044&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 13</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:1BwQTDKvt20J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:1BwQTDKvt20J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/58/31/RN225803752.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=7905980301431545044&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 11 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/73/6/1059">Assessment of the World Health Organization scheme for classification of <b>dengue </b>severity in Nicaragua</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/73/6/1059"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Balmaseda, SN Hammond, MA Perez&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2005 - ASTMH</span><br>DHF/DSS was first defined in 1974 2 based on studies of children in Southeast Asia in the <br>
+1960s. 3 The principal requirements for a DHF classification are hemorrhagic <br>
+manifestations, vascular permeability (plasma leakage), and thrombocytopenia (platelet <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3972121341390643991&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 65</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:F2NWllDPHzcJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/31/35/RN181190138.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3972121341390643991&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682208004297">The capsid-coding region hairpin element (cHP) is a critical determinant of <b>dengue </b>virus and West Nile virus RNA synthesis</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2628549/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>K Clyde, J Barrera&hellip; - Virology, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) and West Nile virus (WNV) are members of the Flavivirus genus of <br>
+positive-strand RNA viruses. RNA sequences and structures, primarily in the untranslated <br>
+regions, have been shown to modulate flaviviral gene expression and genome <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12840311236433711548&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 16</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vJEW5QnzMbIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12840311236433711548&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000382">Local and global effects of climate on <b>dengue </b>transmission in Puerto Rico</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000382"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MA Johansson, F Dominici, GE Glass&hellip; - PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 2009 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses are a major health problem throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of <br>
+the world. Because they are transmitted by mosquitoes that are sensitive to changes in rainfall <br>
+and temperature, transmission intensity may be regulated by weather and climate. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9844376525419433610&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 21</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:is7RyEpAnogJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:is7RyEpAnogJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9844376525419433610&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 15 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://books.google.com.br/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=3_AmtP8uXI8C&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA284&amp;dq=Dengue&amp;ots=Y-jUOLQGlt&amp;sig=bqMl7DyIHcdL-2HZLqHRIfyXlWw">Mathematical Model for <b>Dengue </b>Epidemics with Di&#64256;erential Susceptibility and Asymptomatic Patients Using Computer Algebra</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CS Vargas - Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing: 11th  &hellip;, 2009 - books.google.com</span><br>Mathematical Model for <b>Dengue</b> Epidemics with Di&#64256;erential Susceptibility and Asymptomatic <br>
+Patients Using Computer Algebra Clarita Saldarriaga Vargas Logic and Computation Group <br>
+Program of Physical Engineering School of Sciences and Humanities EAFIT University <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:_sFaPJgOrLAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/3/935">Cost-effective real-time reverse transcriptase PCR (RT-PCR) to screen for <b>dengue </b>virus followed by rapid single-tube multiplex RT-PCR for serotyping of the virus</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1829098/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>YL Lai, YK Chung, HC Tan, HF Yap&hellip; - Journal of clinical  &hellip;, 2007 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Virus detection methodology provides detection of <b>dengue</b> virus in the early phase of the <br>
+disease. PCR, targeting cDNA derived from viral RNA, has been used as a laboratory-based <br>
+molecular tool for the detection of <b>Dengue</b> virus. We report the development and use of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13649276222814277914&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 18</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:GtEHXmj4a70J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/08/52/RN204912218.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13649276222814277914&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/v10/n12s/full/nm1144.html">Emerging flaviviruses: the spread and resurgence of Japanese encephalitis, West Nile and <b>dengue </b>viruses</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://ukpmc.ac.uk/abstract/MED/15577938"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ukpmc.ac.uk</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JS Mackenzie, DJ Gubler&hellip; - Nature medicine, 2004 - nature.com</span><br>Mosquito-borne flaviviruses provide some of the most important examples of emerging and resurging <br>
+diseases of global significance. Here, we describe three of them: the resurgence of <b>dengue</b> in <br>
+tropical and subtropical areas of the world, and the spread and establishment of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=888599638093987114&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 317</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Kv0hsKnwVAwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=888599638093987114&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://www.dengue.lcc.ufmg.br/dengue_cd/files/sabermais/materiais/dengue%202%5B1%5D.pdf">Decision Tree Algorithms Predict the Diagnosis and Outcome of <b>Dengue </b>Fever in</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.dengue.lcc.ufmg.br/dengue_cd/files/sabermais/materiais/dengue%202%5B1%5D.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ufmg.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>L Tanner, M Schreiber, JGH Low, A Ong&hellip; - 2008 - <b>dengue</b>.lcc.ufmg.br</span><br>Background: <b>Dengue</b> is re-emerging throughout the tropical world, causing frequent recurrent <br>
+epidemics. The initial clinical manifestation of <b>dengue</b> often is confused with other febrile states <br>
+confounding both clinical management and disease surveillance. Evidence-based triage <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:_UqXeIUm-lgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:_UqXeIUm-lgJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6411479374211009277&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18266603">Recombinant chimeric virus with wild-type <b>dengue </b>4 virus premembrane and envelope and virulent yellow fever virus Asibi backbone sequences is dramatically  &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CE McGee, MG Lewis, MS Claire&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>1. J Infect Dis. 2008 Mar 1;197(5):693-7. Recombinant chimeric virus with wild-type<br>
+<b>dengue</b> 4 virus premembrane and envelope and virulent yellow fever virus Asibi backbone<br>
+sequences is dramatically attenuated in nonhuman primates. <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=917163038791698456&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:GAhMqOxqugwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/10/1E/RN226322320.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=917163038791698456&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2570911/"><b>Dengue </b>virus type 4, Manaus, Brazil</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2570911/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RMP de Figueiredo, FG Naveca&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever is the main arthropod-borne viral disease of humans and a resurgent global public <br>
+health concern; an estimated 50�100 million cases occur every year, primarily in the tropical <br>
+regions of the world (1�3). <b>Dengue</b> viruses (DENVs) belong to the genus Flavivirus, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12601196137359634587&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:m3BYeB9x4K4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/07/1E/RN226701680.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12601196137359634587&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://eprints.qut.edu.au/22750">Patterns of Disease Among Adults Hospitalized With <b>Dengue </b>Infections</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Aaskov, S Fernando, S Jayaratne&hellip; - &hellip;  Journal of Medicine, 2010 - eprints.qut.edu.au</span><br>Aaskov, John and Fernando, S and Jayaratne, S and Malavige, G and Seneviratne, S and<br>
+Velathanthiri, N and Wijewickrama, E (2006) Patterns of Disease Among Adults Hospitalized<br>
+With <b>Dengue</b> Infections. <b>...</b> Item Type: Journal Article. Keywords: <b>Dengue</b>, Disease. <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:-cTCZNjoG1YJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6204808927734056185&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://journals.lww.com/pidj/Abstract/2008/01000/The_Use_of_Dengue_Nonstructural_Protein_1_Antigen.9.aspx">The use of <b>dengue </b>nonstructural protein 1 antigen for the early diagnosis during the febrile stage in patients with <b>dengue </b>infection</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Chuansumrit, W Chaiyaratana&hellip; - The Pediatric  &hellip;, 2008 - journals.lww.com</span><br>Ampaiwan Chuansumrit, MD,* Wathanee Chaiyaratana, MSc,� Viroj Pongthanapisith, MSc,� <br>
+Kanchana Tangnararatchakit, MD,* Sarapee Lertwongrath, BSc,� and Sutee Yoksan, MD, <br>
+PhD�  <b> ...</b> Background: To evaluate the use of <b>dengue</b> nonstructural protein 1 (NS1) <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11545248232129192727&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 20</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:F2PEBxn2OKAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/13/5D/RN222052166.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11545248232129192727&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://jid.oxfordjournals.org/content/203/3/327.full">Heterotypic <b>Dengue </b>Infection with Live Attenuated Monotypic <b>Dengue </b>Virus Vaccines: Implications for Vaccination of Populations in Areas Where <b>Dengue </b>Is  &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://jid.oxfordjournals.org/content/203/3/327.full"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from oxfordjournals.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AP Durbin, A Schmidt, D Elwood&hellip; - Journal of Infectious &hellip;, 2011 - jid.oxfordjournals.org</span><br>Background. Because infection with any of the 4 <b>Dengue</b> virus serotypes may elicit both protective <br>
+neutralizing antibodies and nonneutralizing antibodies capable of enhancing subsequent heterotypic <br>
+<b>Dengue</b> virus infections, the greatest risk for severe <b>dengue</b> occurs during a second, <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/106/42/17841.full">An evolutionary conserved function of the JAK-STAT pathway in anti-<b>dengue </b>defense</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/106/42/17841.full"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from pnas.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JA Souza-Neto, S Sim&hellip; - Proceedings of the  &hellip;, 2009 - National Acad Sciences</span><br>Here, we show that the major mosquito vector for <b>dengue</b> virus uses the JAK-STAT pathway <br>
+to control virus infection. <b>Dengue</b> virus infection in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes activates the <br>
+JAK-STAT immune signaling pathway. The mosquito&#39;s susceptibility to <b>dengue</b> virus <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13063748389683184808&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 16</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:qMQlGvLBS7UJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13063748389683184808&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682208001128">Autophagic machinery activated by <b>dengue </b>virus enhances virus replication</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>YR Lee, HY Lei, MT Liu, JR Wang, SH Chen&hellip; - Virology, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>Autophagy is a cellular response against stresses which include the infection of viruses and <br>
+bacteria. We unravel that <b>Dengue</b> virus-2 (DV2) can trigger autophagic process in various infected <br>
+cell lines demonstrated by GFP-LC3 dot formation and increased LC3-II formation. <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2141898644907995214&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 26</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:TrChIniNuR0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2141898644907995214&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.jimmunol.org/cgi/content/abstract/jimmunol.1001709v1">CD4+ T Cells Are Not Required for the Induction of <b>Dengue </b>Virus-Specific CD8+ T Cell or Antibody Responses but Contribute to Protection after Vaccination</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LE Yauch, TR Prestwood, MM May&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2010 - Am Assoc Immnol</span><br>Subscriptions http://www.jimmunol.org/subscriptions/ online at  <b> ...</b> Permissions http://www.aai.<br>
+org/ji/copyright.html Submit copyright permission requests at  <b> ...</b> Email Alerts http://www.jimmunol<br>
+.org/subscriptions/etoc.shtml up at Receive free email alerts when new articles cite this <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:XNH_VleSXZoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11123207558494409052&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000851">Peptide Inhibitors of <b>Dengue</b>-Virus Entry Target a Late-Stage Fusion Intermediate</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000851"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AG Schmidt, PL Yang&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2010 - dx.plos.org</span><br>Enveloped viruses must overcome a succession of cellular barriers before establishing <br>
+infection. One obstacle is fusion of viral and cellular membranes. Rearrangements of proteins <br>
+on the viral surface facilitate fusion and subsequent delivery of the viral genome into the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14537643979380685819&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:-_sU7iwWwMkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:-_sU7iwWwMkJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14537643979380685819&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="https://arxiv.org/pdf/1006.5931">Control of <b>dengue </b>disease: a case study in Cape Verde</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="https://arxiv.org/pdf/1006.5931"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from arxiv.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HS Rodrigues, MTT Monteiro, DFM Torres&hellip; - Arxiv preprint arXiv: &hellip;, 2010 - arxiv.org</span><br>This is a preprint. The published version is: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference <br>
+on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2010), Almer&#305;a <br>
+(Andaluc&#305;a), Spain, June 26-30 2010, 816�822.  <b> ...</b> Helena Sofia Rodrigues1, M. Teresa <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=868417439878600120&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 2</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:uNW3fA89DQwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:uNW3fA89DQwJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=868417439878600120&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.scipub.org/scipub/ab_issue.php?pg_no=10-17&amp;j_id=ajid&amp;art_no=55146&amp;issue_no=173">High case-fatality rate of adults with <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever during an outbreak in non-endemic Taiwan: risk factors for <b>dengue</b>-infected elders</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CC Liu, KJ Huang, MC Huang, JJ Lin&hellip; - American Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - scipub.org</span><br>In 2002, a <b>dengue</b> outbreak occurred in Taiwan with 5336 confirmed cases, 242 DHF and 21 <br>
+death, the case fatality rate reached 8.7% (21/242). The demographic data of these age-specific <br>
+<b>dengue</b> patients showed that <b>dengue</b> virus infection caused symptom primarily occurred <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=4553427753221225264&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:MPsnnWoGMT8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:MPsnnWoGMT8J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=4553427753221225264&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.0030183">Secreted NS1 of <b>dengue </b>virus attaches to the surface of cells via interactions with heparan sulfate and chondroitin sulfate E</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.0030183"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>P Avirutnan, L Zhang, N Punyadee, A Manuyakorn&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2007 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) is a mosquito-transmitted virus that infects humans and has become a <br>
+global emerging infectious disease threat. Four serotypes of DENV exist, and the most severe <br>
+cases are associated with secondary infection with a different virus serotype. Clinical <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=844198905667682479&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 22</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:r4AYlG4ytwsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:r4AYlG4ytwsJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=844198905667682479&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0264410X09014455">Preclinical and clinical development of YFV 17D-based chimeric vaccines against <b>dengue</b>, West Nile and Japanese encephalitis viruses</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>B Guy, F Guirakhoo, V Barban, S Higgs&hellip; - Vaccine, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses (DENV), West Nile virus (WNV) and Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) are major <br>
+global health and growing medical problems. While a live-attenuated vaccine exists since decades <br>
+against the prototype flavivirus, yellow fever virus (YFV), there is an urgent need for <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13713436812264117300&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 26</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:NJTEtB_qT74J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13713436812264117300&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1743-422X/5/63">Comparative analysis of full genomic sequences among different genotypes of <b>dengue </b>virus type 3</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1743-422X/5/63"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from biomedcentral.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CC King, DY Chao, LJ Chien, GJJ Chang&hellip; - Virology  &hellip;, 2008 - biomedcentral.com</span><br>Using maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches, our phylogenetic analysis revealed that <br>
+the Taiwan&#39;s indigenous DENV-3 isolated from 1994 and 1998 <b>dengue</b>/DHF epidemics and <br>
+one 1999 sporadic case were of the three different genotypes � I, II, and III, each <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=15949971993721109845&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 13</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Vf0sjwWvWd0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:Vf0sjwWvWd0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=15949971993721109845&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 12 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/78/3/364">Epidemic <b>dengue </b>and <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever at the Texas-Mexico border: results of a household-based seroepidemiologic survey, December 2005</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/78/3/364"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MM Ramos, H Mohammed&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - ASTMH</span><br>A <b>dengue</b>-2 epidemic causing <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF) occurred in the contiguous border <br>
+cities of Matamoros, Tamaulipas (Mexico), and Brownsville, TX, in 2005. In December, we conducted <br>
+a household-based epidemiologic survey to determine the incidence and seroprevalence <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12874081872961301624&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 13</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:eGwn70DtqbIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/4D/33/RN226032342.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12874081872961301624&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2671412/">Concurrent chikungunya and <b>dengue </b>virus infections during simultaneous outbreaks, Gabon, 2007</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2671412/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>EM Leroy, D Nkoghe, B Ollomo&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>In the past 20 years, <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) and chikungunya virus (CHIKV) have caused large <br>
+and geographically wide ranging epidemics (1,2). Recent CHIKV outbreaks caused several million <br>
+clinical cases in the Indian Ocean Islands and India (3). The virus has also dispersed to <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9529786593081172060&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 19</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:XCDiWWqaQIQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9529786593081172060&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0264410X0701479X">Evaluation of the Langat/<b>dengue </b>4 chimeric virus as a live attenuated tick-borne encephalitis vaccine for safety and immunogenicity in healthy adult volunteers</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2254188/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>PF Wright, S Ankrah, SE Henderson, AP Durbin&hellip; - Vaccine, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>With the steady rise in tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) infections in Europe, development <br>
+of a live attenuated vaccine that will generate long-lasting immunity would be of considerable <br>
+benefit. A chimeric flavivirus, designated LGT/DEN4, was previously constructed to have <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=441642289548167391&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:3whPilIHIQYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=441642289548167391&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.bmj.com/content/324/7353/1563.extract"><b>Dengue</b>: an escalating problem</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1123504/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RV Gibbons&hellip; - British Medical Journal, 2002 - bmj.com</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses, single stranded RNA viruses of the family Flaviviridae, are the most common <br>
+cause of arboviral disease in the world. They are found virtually throughout the tropics (fig 1) <br>
+and cause an estimated 50-100 million illnesses annually, including 250 000-500 000 <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14787940188130446241&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 299</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:oQs9UUBROc0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/20/27/RN115251960.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14787940188130446241&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 19 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.springerlink.com/index/X0138162210066N8.pdf"><b>Dengue </b>Virus</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>G Smith - PCR for Clinical Microbiology, 2010 - Springer</span><br><b>Dengue</b> Virus (DENV) diagnosis can be performed by isolation of DENV from blood or autopsy <br>
+samples; demonstration of a four-fold or greater rise in reciprocal IgG or IgM antibody titres to <br>
+one or more DENV in paired serum samples (acute and convascent); use of the newer <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:OaiPX33KfCcJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/79/8/4557">Heat shock protein 90 and heat shock protein 70 are components of <b>dengue </b>virus receptor complex in human cells</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1069525/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>J Reyes-del Valle, S Chavez-Salinas&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2005 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus requires the presence of an unidentified cellular receptor on the surface of the <br>
+host cell. By using a recently published affinity chromatography approach, an 84-kDa <br>
+molecule, identified as heat shock protein 90 (HSP90) by matrix-assisted laser desorption <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3889697859083766455&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 98</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:twpJJpj7-jUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3889697859083766455&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600155/">Molecular epidemiology of <b>dengue </b>virus strains from Finnish travelers</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600155/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Huhtamo, NY Uzc�tegui, H Siikam�ki&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viruses (DENV 1�4) are mosquito-borne members of the family Flaviviridae, genus <br>
+Flavivirus. <b>Dengue</b> is regarded as the most significant arboviral disease in the world. Disease <br>
+incidence and prevalence are rising in <b>dengue</b>-endemic areas, and travelers are <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16492682939291113205&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 5</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:9ZaXVcDH4eQJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/21/62/RN222189158.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16492682939291113205&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/79/5/678">Phase I clinical evaluation of rDEN4 {Delta} 30-200,201: a live attenuated <b>dengue </b>4 vaccine candidate designed for decreased hepatotoxicity</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/79/5/678"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JH McArthur, AP Durbin, JA Marron&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - ASTMH</span><br>The rDEN4 30-200,201 is a live attenuated DENV-4 vaccine candidate specifically designed <br>
+to further attenuate the rDEN4 30 parent virus. In the present study, 28 healthy adult volunteers <br>
+were randomized to receive either 10 5 plaque-forming unit (PFU) of vaccine (20) or <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14852257809415954796&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 11</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:bGHCesnRHc4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14852257809415954796&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/82/13/6631">Antibodies to envelope glycoprotein of <b>dengue </b>virus during the natural course of infection are predominantly cross-reactive and recognize epitopes containing highly  &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2447043/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CY Lai, WY Tsai, SR Lin, CL Kao, HP Hu&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2008 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>The antibody response to the envelope (E) glycoprotein of <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) is known to <br>
+play a critical role in both protection from and enhancement of disease, especially after primary <br>
+infection. However, the relative amounts of homologous and heterologous anti-E <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8311890320933091210&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:inc5ZzXEWXMJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8311890320933091210&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000196">Decision tree algorithms predict the diagnosis and outcome of <b>dengue </b>fever in the early phase of illness</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000196"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>L Tanner, M Schreiber, JG Low, A Ong&hellip; - PLoS Negl Trop  &hellip;, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> illness appears similar to other febrile illness, particularly in the early stages of <br>
+disease. Consequently, diagnosis is often delayed or confused with other illnesses, reducing <br>
+the effectiveness of using clinical diagnosis for patient care and disease surveillance. To <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9716405909516533402&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 19</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:mj496rGb14YJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:mj496rGb14YJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9716405909516533402&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://books.google.com.br/books?hl=en&amp;lr=&amp;id=Z4o4zZ4vqbEC&amp;oi=fnd&amp;pg=PA35&amp;dq=Dengue&amp;ots=en2Zj462aN&amp;sig=9s8IGlAQet7LDVG_1XProvAkaR8">The <b>Dengue </b>Virus Replication Complex</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Miller, I Romero-Brey&hellip; - Frontiers in <b>Dengue </b> &hellip;, 2010 - books.google.com</span><br>The <b>Dengue</b> Virus Replication Complex 3 Sven Miller, Ines Romero-Brey and Ralf Bartenschlager <br>
+Abstract Replication of all positive-stranded RNA viruses investigated so far occurs in close association <br>
+with virus-induced intracellular membrane structures. <b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV), as a member <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:JSJPjg64p3IJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/24/1_MeetingAbstracts/lb75">Transient kinetic analysis of the elongation mode of <b>Dengue </b>Virus RNA polymerase domain</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>Z Jin, J Deval, KA Johnson&hellip; - The FASEB Journal, 2010 - FASEB</span><br><b>Dengue</b> viral RNA polymerase replicates its positive single-stranded RNA genome in two <br>
+phases: de novo initiation and elongation. The slow and inefficient initiation during replication <br>
+masks the elongation mode. The aim of this work was to develop methodology to <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2660677/">Threat of <b>dengue </b>to blood safety in <b>dengue</b>-endemic countries</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2660677/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Wilder-Smith, LH Chen, E Massad&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b>, the most common arbovirus infection globally, is transmitted by mosquito vectors. <br>
+Healthcare-related transmission, including transmission by blood products, has been <br>
+documented, although the frequency of these occurrences is unknown. <b>Dengue</b> is <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8235999623515348236&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 16</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:DB3ieQUmTHIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8235999623515348236&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 17 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://vir.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/vir.0.026997-0v1">Replacement of the 3&#39;untranslated variable region of mosquito-borne <b>dengue </b>virus with that of tick-borne Langat virus does not alter vector specificity</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>E Tumban, DN Mitzel, NE Maes&hellip; - Journal of General  &hellip;, 2011 - Soc General Microbiol</span><br>*Corresponding Author: 33 Foster Hall Room 479 34 New Mexico State University 35 Las <br>
+Cruces, NM 88003 36 Phone: 505 646 4583 37 Fax: 505 646 4791 38 Email: <br>
+khanley@nmsu.edu 39  <b> ...</b> JGV Papers in Press. Published January 7, 2011 as <b> ...</b> </font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682209002025">Cholesterol biosynthesis modulation regulates <b>dengue </b>viral replication</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Rothwell, A LeBreton, C Young Ng, JYH Lim&hellip; - Virology, 2009 - Elsevier</span><br>We performed a focused siRNA screen in an A549 <b>dengue</b> type 2 New Guinea C subgenomic <br>
+replicon cell line (Rluc-replicon) that contains a Renilla luciferase cassette. We found that siRNA <br>
+mediated knock down of mevalonate diphospho decarboxylase (MVD) inhibited viral <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12014381502948362765&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 11</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:DcpCb1Kou6YJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12014381502948362765&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0166354208003288">Mouse models of <b>dengue </b>virus infection and disease</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LE Yauch&hellip; - Antiviral research, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) causes the most significant mosquito-borne viral disease in the world in <br>
+terms of illness, death, and economic cost, due to the lack of an approved vaccine or <br>
+antiviral. Infections with one of the four serotypes of DENV (DENV1�4) can result in <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10742328813859155839&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 27</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:f6-EEiRrFJUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10742328813859155839&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://journals.lww.com/pidj/Abstract/2007/04000/Dengue_The_Case_Definition_Dilemma__A_Commentary.3.aspx"><b>Dengue</b>-The Case Definition Dilemma: A Commentary</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>SB Halstead - The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 2007 - journals.lww.com</span><br>Observations reported in the previous paper by Srikiat- khachorn et al1 in this issue of the journal <br>
+provide good news and bad news on improving case definitions for severe <b>dengue</b> illness and <br>
+for defusing a budding controversy. The good news is that use of ultrasound should <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13547121014598001084&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 8</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vOFXfMkKAbwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/12/63/RN206223076.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13547121014598001084&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S1020-49892005000400001&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en">The emergence of epidemic <b>dengue </b>fever and <b>dengue </b>hemorrhagic fever in the Americas: a case of failed public health policy</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S1020-49892005000400001&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from scielosp.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Gubler - Revista Panamericana de Salud P�blica, 2005 - SciELO Public Health</span><br>With the exception of sporadic epidemics in the Caribbean islands, <b>dengue</b> and yellow fever <br>
+were effectively controlled in the Americas from 1946 until the late 1970s as a result of the <br>
+Ae. aegypti eradication program conducted by the Pan American Health Organization (<b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2135115242653740469&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 50</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:te3lOAB0oR0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:te3lOAB0oR0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2135115242653740469&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/hum.2008.011">Adenovirus-based vaccines generate cytotoxic T lymphocytes to epitopes of NS1 from <b>dengue </b>virus that are present in all major serotypes</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>G Gao, Q Wang, Z Dai, R Calcedo, X Sun&hellip; - Human gene  &hellip;, 2008 - liebertonline.com</span><br>HUMAN GENE THERAPY 19:927�936 (September 2008) � Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI: <br>
+10.1089/hum.2008.011  <b> ...</b> T Lymphocytes to Epitopes of NS1 from <b>Dengue</b>  <b> ...</b> Virus That Are <br>
+Present in All Major Serotypes  <b> ...</b> Guangping Gao,1�3,* Qiang Wang,2,3,* Zhiyan Dai,2,3 <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6628406962903511484&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 4</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vPGWkgPV_FsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6628406962903511484&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-3156.2006.01678.x/full">Classifying <b>dengue</b>: a review of the difficulties in using the WHO case classification for <b>dengue </b>haemorrhagic fever</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.fimca.com.br/decifra_me/files/sabermais/materiais/dengue%208%5B1%5D.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from fimca.com.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Bandyopadhyay, L Lum&hellip; - Tropical Medicine &amp;  &hellip;, 2006 - Wiley Online Library</span><br>Results Thirty-seven papers were reviewed. Several studies had strictly applied all four WHO <br>
+criteria in DHF cases; however, most clinicians reported difficulties in meeting all four criteria <br>
+and used a modified classification. The positive tourniquet test representing the minimum <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=8152916424502556473&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 60</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:OTfsxUr6JHEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/1E/47/RN191486686.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=8152916424502556473&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000632"><b>Dengue </b>virus capsid protein usurps lipid droplets for viral particle formation</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1000632"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MM Samsa, JA Mondotte, NG Iglesias&hellip; - PLoS Pathog, 2009 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus is the single most significant arthropod-borne virus pathogen in humans. In spite <br>
+of the urgent medical need to control <b>dengue</b> infections, vaccines are still unavailable, and many <br>
+aspects of <b>dengue</b> virus biology and pathogenesis remain elusive. We discovered a link <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3400570085707107651&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 12</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Q01k2HlAMS8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:Q01k2HlAMS8J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3400570085707107651&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/80/5/846">Cost of <b>dengue </b>cases in eight countries in the Americas and Asia: a prospective study</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/reprint/80/5/846.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JA Suaya, DS Shepard, JB Siqueira&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - ASTMH</span><br>Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 80(5), 2009, pp. 846�855 Copyright � 2008 by The American Society <br>
+of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene  <b> ...</b> * Address correspondence to Jose A. Suaya, Schneider <br>
+Institutes for Health Policy, Heller School, MS 035, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=14826366693446471320&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 17</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:mE6PSPTVwc0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=14826366693446471320&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1877282X10000226">Potential <b>dengue </b>vaccine demand in disease endemic and non-endemic countries</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Amarasinghe, O Wichmann, HS Margolis&hellip; - Procedia in  &hellip;, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br>A <b>dengue</b> vaccine is likely to be available within the next 3-5 years and we estimated vaccine <br>
+doses needed for <b>dengue</b> endemic countries (public and private markets) and non-endemic <br>
+countries (travelers market) in the first 5 years after initial licensure. Calculations were <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:jyl2h0dnVEIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jgv.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/90/3/687">Poly (A)-binding protein binds to the non-polyadenylated 3&#39;untranslated region of <b>dengue </b>virus and modulates translation efficiency</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://jgv.sgmjournals.org/cgi/content/full/90/3/687"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from sgmjournals.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Polacek, P Friebe&hellip; - Journal of General Virology, 2009 - Soc General Microbiol</span><br>Poly(A)-binding protein (PABP) is a key player in mRNA circularization and translation initiation <br>
+of polyadenylated mRNAs. It simultaneously binds the 3&#39; poly(A) tail of an mRNA and eukaryotic <br>
+initiation factor 4G (eIF4G), which forms part of the translation initiation complex <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5944498028979398076&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 15</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:vKVTSXYZf1IJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5944498028979398076&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/esa/jme/2008/00000045/00000002/art00016">Age-Dependent Survival of the <b>Dengue </b>Vector Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) Demonstrated by Simultaneous ReleaseRecapture of Different Age Cohorts</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LC Harrington, JJ Jones, S Kitthawee&hellip; - Journal of medical  &hellip;, 2008 - ingentaconnect.com</span><br>The assumption that mosquito survival remains constant and that it is independent of age was <br>
+tested with free-ranging Aedes aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae) by using a &quot;synthetic cohort&quot; <br>
+mark-release-recapture method. Mosquito age cohorts (1-2, 3-4, and 19-20 d) were <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9827698388910606931&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Uwqyhp3_YogJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/5A/13/RN225451976.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9827698388910606931&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/8/86">Multiplex cytokine profile from <b>dengue </b>patients: MIP-1 beta and IFN-gamma as predictive factors for severity</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/8/86"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from biomedcentral.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>FA Bozza, OG Cruz, SMO Zagne&hellip; - BMC Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - biomedcentral.com</span><br>IL-1&#946;, IFN-&#947;, IL-4, IL-6, IL-13, IL-7 and GM-CSF were significantly increased in patients with severe <br>
+clinical manifestations (severe <b>dengue</b>) when compared to mild disease forms (mild <br>
+<b>dengue</b>). In contrast, increased MIP-1&#946; levels were observed in patients with mild <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12384645507726650296&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 20</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:uCsv_XgZ36sJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:uCsv_XgZ36sJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12384645507726650296&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/vim.2008.0089">Cross-reactive memory CD4+ T cells alter the CD8+ T-cell response to heterologous secondary <b>dengue </b>virus infections in mice in a sequence-specific manner</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2756446/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CM Beaumier&hellip; - Viral Immunology, 2009 - liebertonline.com</span><br>Secondary <b>dengue</b> virus (DENV) infection is a major factor contributing to the risk for severe <br>
+disease, an effect that depends upon the sequence of infection with different DENV <br>
+serotypes. We previously reported sequence- dependent effects of secondary DENV <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2709217992535060871&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:hzEmAGkTmSUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2709217992535060871&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S019888590700050X">&hellip; -A,-B,-C, and-DRB1 allele frequencies in Cuban individuals with antecedents of <b>dengue </b>2 disease: advantages of the Cuban population for HLA studies of <b>dengue </b> &hellip;</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://origem.info/FIC/pdf/Sierra%20et%20al%20HLA-A_Hum%20Imm%2007.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from origem.info</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>B Sierra, R Alegre, AB P�rez, G Garc�a&hellip; - Human immunology, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus infection has emerged as one of the most important arthropod-borne diseases. <br>
+In some <b>dengue</b>-infected individual, the disease progresses to its severe, life-threatening <br>
+form, <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever (DHF). Host genetic factors may be relevant and <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13343274601348394044&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 27</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:POzc4Y3VLLkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13343274601348394044&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000280">Evaluation of two new commercial tests for the diagnosis of acute <b>dengue </b>virus infection using NS1 antigen detection in human serum</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000280"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>P Dussart, L Petit, B Labeau, L Bremand&hellip; - PLoS Negl Trop  &hellip;, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes that is endemic in more than 100 countries <br>
+in tropical areas, threatening over 2.5 billion people. It causes a wide range of symptoms and <br>
+has severe forms. In reference laboratories, <b>dengue</b> disease is confirmed by virus <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1003578791527155191&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 24</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:94UX_Zdt7Q0J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:94UX_Zdt7Q0J:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1003578791527155191&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2570825/"><b>Dengue </b>virus, Nepal</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2570825/pdf/07-0473_finalL.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>BD Pandey, K Morita&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>To the Editor: <b>Dengue</b> virus be- longs to the genus Flavivirus, family Flaviviridae. It has 4 <br>
+serotypes: den- gue virus type 1 (DENV-1), <b>dengue</b> virus type 2 (DENV-2), <b>dengue</b> virus type <br>
+3 (DENV-3), and <b>dengue</b> virus type 4 (DENV-4). <b>Dengue</b> virus is maintained in a cycle <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6083129828402893699&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 6</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:g5OJYFmea1QJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6083129828402893699&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/73101/Publication/Ahmed(2008).pdf">Enhancing the humoral and melanization responses of Aedes aegypti mosquito: A step towards the utilization of immune system against <b>dengue </b>fever</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/73101/Publication/Ahmed(2008).pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from ksu.edu.sa</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AM Ahmed, EM Al-Olayan&hellip; - Journal of Entomology, 2008 - faculty.ksu.edu.sa</span><br>J. Entomol, 5 (5): 305-321, 2008 Mosquito-borne diseases are considered human health problems <br>
+due to two main factors; a) although attenuated candidate vaccine viruses have been developed <br>
+recently (Robertson et al., 2002; Shepard et al., 2004; Meeting Report, 2005), it is still no <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:5KNjSl9aV6UJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11914090704548373476&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-3156.2006.01752.x/full">Rapid diagnostic tests for <b>dengue </b>and leptospirosis: antibody detection is insensitive at presentation</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.thaiscience.info/Article%20for%20ThaiScience/Article/2/Ts-2%20rapid%20diagnostic%20tests%20for%20dengue%20and%20leptospirosis-%20antibody%20detection%20is%20insensitive%20at%20presentation.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from thaiscience.info</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>AL Cohen, SF Dowell, A Nisalak&hellip; - Tropical Medicine &amp; &hellip;, 2007 - Wiley Online Library</span><br>Objective To determine the performance of rapid diagnostic tests for <b>dengue</b> and leptospirosis <br>
+that rely on detecting antibodies that may not be produced when patients present for medical <br>
+treatment.  <b> ...</b> Methods We prospectively enrolled 723 patients with undifferentiated febrile <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5462096123344722287&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 6</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:bxkAGXxDzUsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/26/12/RN200152807.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5462096123344722287&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 8 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://stke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/sigtrans;3/121/ec145">Dangerous <b>Dengue </b>Provocation</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Ash - Science&#39;s STKE, 2010 - stke.sciencemag.org</span><br>One problem with <b>dengue</b> virus is that one infection does not protect against a subsequent <br>
+infection; secondary infections can result in the severe immunopathology of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic <br>
+fever. Dejnirattisai et al. derived a panel of monoclonal antibodies specific for <b>dengue  ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cluster=15666953329156935316&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19292665">Lack of efficacy of prophylactic platelet transfusion for severe thrombocytopenia in adults with acute uncomplicated <b>dengue </b>infection.</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DC Lye, VJ Lee, Y Sun&hellip; - Clinical infectious diseases: an  &hellip;, 2009 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>1. Clin Infect Dis. 2009 May 1;48(9):1262-5. Lack of efficacy of prophylactic platelet transfusion<br>
+for severe thrombocytopenia in adults with acute uncomplicated <b>dengue</b> infection. <b>...</b><br>
+Thrombocytopenia in <b>dengue</b> infection raises concerns about bleeding risk. <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1997977383706803007&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:P7sbQdg9uhsJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1997977383706803007&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.0050205">Spatial and temporal clustering of <b>dengue </b>virus transmission in Thai villages</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.0050205"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from plos.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MP Mammen, C Pimgate, CJ Koenraadt&hellip; - PLoS Med, 2008 - dx.plos.org</span><br>Cluster investigations were conducted within 100 m of homes where febrile index children with <br>
+(positive clusters) and without (negative clusters) acute <b>dengue</b> lived during two seasons of peak <br>
+DENV transmission. Data on human infection and mosquito infection/density were <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=2699037207103521154&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 19</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:gsH3LArodCUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:gsH3LArodCUJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2699037207103521154&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0092867402006608">Structure of <b>Dengue </b>Virus:: Implications for Flavivirus Organization, Maturation, and Fusion</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.cell.com/redirectUrl/content/article/abstract?uid=PIIS0092867406000079&amp;feed=CELL"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from cell.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RJ Kuhn, W Zhang, MG Rossmann, SV Pletnev&hellip; - Cell, 2002 - Elsevier</span><br>The first structure of a flavivirus has been determined by using a combination of cryoelectron <br>
+microscopy and fitting of the known structure of glycoprotein E into the electron density map. <br>
+The virus core, within a lipid bilayer, has a less-ordered structure than the external, <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5611387522643121798&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 393</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:htYzsDin300J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5611387522643121798&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 18 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/72/2/209">Dispersal of the <b>dengue </b>vector Aedes aegypti within and between rural communities</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/72/2/209"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LC Harrington, TW Scott, K Lerdthusnee&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2005 - ASTMH</span><br>Knowledge of mosquito dispersal is critical for vector-borne disease control and prevention strategies <br>
+and for understanding population structure and pathogen dissemination. We determined Aedes <br>
+aegypti flight range and dispersal patterns from 21 mark-release-recapture experiments <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5079585716191134362&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 94</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:moK4y0tQfkYJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5079585716191134362&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 6 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1473309909702543">Progress towards a <b>dengue </b>vaccine</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DP Webster, J Farrar&hellip; - The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 2009 - Elsevier</span><br>The spread of <b>dengue</b> virus throughout the tropics represents a major, rapidly growing public <br>
+health problem with an estimated 2�5 billion people at risk of <b>dengue</b> fever and the life-threatening <br>
+disease, severe <b>dengue</b>. A safe and effective vaccine for <b>dengue</b> is urgently needed. The <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=13557965247146689492&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 33</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:1ANFIY-RJ7wJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13557965247146689492&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/103/31/11802.full">Ecological and immunological determinants of <b>dengue </b>epidemics</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/103/31/11802.full"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from pnas.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>HJ Wearing&hellip; - Proceedings of the National  &hellip;, 2006 - National Acad Sciences</span><br>The management of infectious diseases is an increasingly important public health issue, the <br>
+effective implementation of which is often complicated by difficulties in teasing apart the relative <br>
+roles of extrinsic and intrinsic factors influencing transmission. <b>Dengue</b>, a vector-borne <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=11272269624793371920&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 73</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:EBU8LoAlb5wJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/0E/04/RN192284890.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11272269624793371920&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 10 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:103937">Bridging the gap in early diagnosis of <b>dengue </b>infection</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>PR Young, CL McElnea&hellip; - 7th Asia Pacific  &hellip;, 2010 - espace.library.uq.edu.au</span><br><b>...</b> Bridging the gap in early diagnosis of <b>dengue</b> infection. Young, PR, McElnea, CL,<br>
+Hafner, GJ, Simmons, C., Tran, N., Nguyen, TT and Dang, MH (2006). Bridging the<br>
+gap in early diagnosis of <b>dengue</b> infection. In: 7th Asia Pacific <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:K7EhbCBmoqAJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=11574926281734730027&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=17432240">Distinguishing <b>dengue </b>fever from other infections on the basis of simple clinical and laboratory features: application of logistic regression analysis</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Chadwick, B Arch, A Wilder-Smith&hellip; - Journal of clinical virology, 2006 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Background: <b>Dengue</b> fever is a frequent cause of admission to hospital in South East Asia, however <br>
+many of the clinical characteristics and abnormalities on laboratory investigations at presentation <br>
+are found in other common infections. Objectives: To describe the clinical and laboratory <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=9878615364193411141&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 35</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ReB2p1XkF4kJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=9878615364193411141&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/JVI.00996-07v1">A heterologous DNA prime-VRP (VEE Replicon Particle) boost <b>dengue </b>vaccine regimen affords complete protection from virus challenge in cynomolgus macaques</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>L Chen, D Ewing, H Subramanian, K Block&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br>Page 1. 1 A heterologous DNA prime-VRP (VEE Replicon Particle) boost <b>dengue</b> vaccine regimen<br>
+affords complete protection from virus challenge in cynomolgus macaques. <b>...</b> MD. 3 Alphavax Inc,<br>
+Research Triangle Park, NC Running Title: Prime-boost <b>Dengue</b> Vaccine <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5854854399349508772&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:pErcTA6fQFEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://pdfs.journals.lww.com/pidj/9000/00000/Severe_Coinfections_of_Dengue_and_Pandemic.99287.pdf">Severe Coinfections of <b>Dengue </b>and Pandemic Influenza A H1n1 Viruses</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MA Perez, A Gordon, F Sanchez&hellip; - The Pediatric  &hellip;, 2010 - pdfs.journals.lww.com</span><br>Maria Angeles Perez, MD,* Aubree Gordon, PhD,�� Felix Sanchez, MD,* Federico Narvaez, <br>
+MD,*� Gamaliel Gutierrez, MD,� Oscar Ortega, MD,� Andrea Nun�ez, MSc,� Eva Harris, <br>
+PhD,� and Angel Balmaseda, MD� Abstract: Here we report on 4 hospitalized patients <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:Pczp1LXmkrwJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=13588176694365768765&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://soniped.org/articulos/FCKeditor/UserFiles/File/Trends%20in%20Patterns%20of%20Dengue%20Transmission.pdf">Trends in patterns of <b>dengue </b>transmission over 4 years in a pediatric cohort study in Nicaragua</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://soniped.org/articulos/FCKeditor/UserFiles/File/Trends%20in%20Patterns%20of%20Dengue%20Transmission.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from soniped.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>A Balmaseda, K Standish, JC Mercado&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2009 - soniped.org</span><br><b>Dengue</b> is a major public health problem worldwide, caused by 4 <b>dengue</b> virus serotypes <br>
+(DENV-1�4) of the Flavivirus genus. DENV is transmitted principally by Aedes aegypti and Aedes <br>
+albopictus mosquitoes and  <b> ...</b> Received 5 May 2009; accepted 4 August 2009; <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=1665991996901358223&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:j_ry9eTKHhcJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:j_ry9eTKHhcJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1665991996901358223&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118507041/abstract">Atypical manifestations of <b>dengue</b></a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.fimca.com.br/decifra_me/files/aspectos/textos/dengue%207%5B1%5D.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from fimca.com.br</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>S Gulati&hellip; - Tropical Medicine &amp; International  &hellip;, 2007 - interscience.wiley.com</span><br>Introduction <b>Dengue</b>, the most common arboviral disease transmitted globally, is caused by four <br>
+antigenically distinct <b>dengue</b> virus serotypes (DEN 1, DEN 2, DEN 3 and DEN 4). The <b>dengue</b> <br>
+virus, a member of flavivirus group in the family Flaviviridae, is a single stranded <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5760594955687919304&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 33</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:yH6vXJe-8U8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/0D/57/RN215294648.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5760594955687919304&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2792851/">Age and clinical <b>dengue </b>illness</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2792851/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JR Egger&hellip; - Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br><b>Dengue</b> fever has emerged as a serious international public health threat with almost half of <br>
+the world&#39;s population at risk for infection (1). Although &gt;50 million cases of <b>dengue</b> fever are <br>
+estimated to occur each year (2), a large proportion of infections are asymptomatic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5266425956978624974&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 7</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:zombUYEaFkkJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/43/4F/RN209480930.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5266425956978624974&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://www.radiologysource.org/periodicals/medima/article/S0163-4453(07)00119-3/abstract">&hellip;  pro-inflammatory cytokine secretion and selective depletion of high avidity cross-reactive cytotoxic T-cells in the pathogenesis of acute secondary <b>dengue </b> &hellip;</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>T Dong, E Moran, NV Chau, C Simmons&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - radiologysource.org</span><br><b>...</b> RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS. NEED REPRINTS? BOOKMARK ARTICLE. FULL TEXT ELSEWHERE.<br>
+High pro-inflammatory cytokine secretion and selective depletion of high avidity cross-reactive<br>
+cytotoxic T-cells in the pathogenesis of acute secondary <b>dengue</b> virus infection. <b>...</b> 
+<br><span class=gs_fl><a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:p138CK7CNxwJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=2033307809511923111&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[PDF]</span> <a href="http://exa.unne.edu.ar/bioquimica/inmunoclinica/documentos/maternal_antibody.pdf">Maternal antibody and viral factors in the pathogenesis of <b>dengue </b>virus in infants</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://exa.unne.edu.ar/bioquimica/inmunoclinica/documentos/maternal_antibody.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from unne.edu.ar</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>CP Simmons, TNB Chau, TT Thuy&hellip; - The Journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - exa.unne.edu.ar</span><br>The pathogenesis of <b>dengue</b> in infants is poorly understood. We postulated that <b>dengue</b> severity <br>
+in infants would be positively associated with markers of viral burden and that maternally <br>
+derived, neutralizing anti- <b>dengue</b> antibody would have decayed before the age at which <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=637530244405647605&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 19</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:9dhdJ2H22AgJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:9dhdJ2H22AgJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">View as HTML</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/35/21/RN212353174.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=637530244405647605&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&amp;cpsidt=21433130">Evaluation of <b>dengue </b>NS 1 test kits for the diagnosis of <b>dengue </b>fever</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>WJ HANNAN MCBRIDE - Diagnostic microbiology and infectious  &hellip;, 2009 - cat.inist.fr</span><br>Detection of the <b>dengue</b> NS1 antigen during the symptomatic phase of illness represents an <br>
+important advance in the diagnosis of <b>dengue</b> fever. The sensitivity of 2 commercial kits was <br>
+evaluated in a panel of 91 serum samples collected at defined intervals after onset of <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=10371174008851979287&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 12</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:F9xi7c_P7Y8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=10371174008851979287&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/83/2/1161">Conformational changes in the solution structure of the <b>dengue </b>virus 5&#39;end in the presence and absence of the 3&#39;untranslated region</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2612390/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>C Polacek, JE Foley&hellip; - Journal of virology, 2009 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) is an 10.7-kb positive-sense RNA virus that circularizes via RNA-RNA <br>
+interactions between sequences in the 5&#39; and 3&#39; terminal regions. Complementarity between <br>
+the cyclization sequence (CS) and the upstream AUG region (UAR) has been shown to <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=16088574177387470229&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 9</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ld2zMfkYRt8J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=16088574177387470229&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/abstract/77/6/1135">Lack of efficacy of high-dose intravenous immunoglobulin treatment of severe thrombocytopenia in patients with secondary <b>dengue </b>virus infection</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/content/full/77/6/1135"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from ajtmh.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>EM Dimaano, M Saito, S Honda&hellip; - The American journal of  &hellip;, 2007 - ASTMH</span><br>Because most cases of secondary <b>dengue</b> virus infection are associated with an increased level <br>
+of platelet-associated IgG, a high dose of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) may have an effect <br>
+on the development of severe thrombocytopenia in this disease. A randomized, controlled <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12404542606430747966&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 17</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:Pr2AScfJJawJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/1B/1B/RN221959138.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12404542606430747966&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 5 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0042682208000408">Functional analysis of <b>dengue </b>virus cyclization sequences located at the 5&#39;and 3&#39;UTRs</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>DE Alvarez, CV Filomatori&hellip; - Virology, 2008 - Elsevier</span><br>Flavivirus RNA replication involves cyclization of the viral genome. A model for this process includes <br>
+a promoter element at the 5&#8242; end of the genome and long-range RNA�RNA interactions. Two <br>
+pairs of complementary sequences present at the ends of the viral RNA, known as <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3368909527433859112&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 20</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:KNAfr13FwC4J:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3368909527433859112&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1386653206004677">Fulminant hepatitis in <b>dengue </b>haemorrhagic fever</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>LM Ling, A Wilder-Smith&hellip; - Journal of Clinical Virology, 2007 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus is estimated to cause over 100 million infections throughout the world <br>
+annually. While <b>dengue</b> infections can have a wide range of infections, atypical manifestations <br>
+have been described. These involve the central nervous system, cardiac alterations and <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12866016324216349448&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 22</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:CONKB65FjbIJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12866016324216349448&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 4 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600361/">Outbreak of <b>dengue </b>and Chikungunya fevers, Toamasina, Madagascar, 2006</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2600361/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>M Ratsitorahina, J Harisoa&hellip; - Emerging Infectious  &hellip;, 2008 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov</span><br>Arbovirus infections, arthropod-transmitted viral diseases, are common health risks in tropical <br>
+and subtropical areas. Since early 2006, chikungunya fever, a crippling mosquito-borne <br>
+disease, has emerged in the southwestern nations of the Indian Ocean. An epidemic <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=84049322096355956&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 21</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:dGoqw2maKgEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=84049322096355956&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 13 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[CITATION]</span> <a href="http://dvr.sagepub.com/content/5/3/213.short">Apoptosis, vascular leakage and increased risk of severe <b>dengue </b>in a type 2 diabetes mellitus patient</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.dvdres.com/cgi/reprint/5/3/213.pdf"><span class=gs_ctg2>[PDF]</span> from dvdres.com</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>D Limonta, G Torres, V Cap�&hellip; - Diabetes and Vascular  &hellip;, 2008 - dvr.sagepub.com</span><br>Dear Sirs, Diabetes mellitus (DM) is reported to be a risk factor for increased <b>dengue</b> severity <br>
+in <b>dengue</b> epidemics both in Cuba1,2 and elsewhere.3,4 <b>Dengue</b> is a major cause of morbidity <br>
+and mortality throughout tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Four distinct <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:BJAgCROP2xUJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=1575009806616399876&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1931312810000405">Modeling Antibody-Enhanced <b>Dengue </b>Virus Infection and Disease in Mice: Protection or Pathogenesis?</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>TC Pierson - Cell Host &amp; Microbe, 2010 - Elsevier</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) is a member of the Flavivirus genus that infects an estimated 50 million <br>
+inhabitants of tropical and subtropical regions of our planet each year, with 2.5 billion people <br>
+at risk. Four antigenically related DENV serotypes are transmitted to humans through the <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=6760705907794959655&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 1</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=6760705907794959655&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0950268810000026">The 2007 <b>dengue </b>outbreak in Singapore</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>EE Ooi, A Wilder-Smith, LC Ng&hellip; - Epidemiology and  &hellip;, 2010 - Cambridge Univ Press</span><br>To the Editor We read with disappointment the work by Massad and others entitled &#39;A hypothesis <br>
+for the 2007 <b>dengue</b> outbreak in Singapore&#39; [1]. The authors blamed the haze that resulted from <br>
+forest fires in Sumatra in 2006 for the mismatch between the observed <b>dengue</b> inci- <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?q=related:1d3sfjpF8VEJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5904576703999303125&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 2 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-0854.2007.00579.x/full">Nuclear Localization of <b>Dengue </b>Virus Nonstructural Protein 5 Through Its Importin &#945;/&#946;�Recognized Nuclear Localization Sequences is Integral to Viral Infection</a></h3></div><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>MJ Pryor, SM Rawlinson, RE Butcher, CL Barton&hellip; - Traffic, 2007 - Wiley Online Library</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus nonstructural protein 5 (NS5) is a large multifunctional protein with a central role <br>
+in viral replication. We previously identified two nuclear localization sequences (NLSs) within <br>
+the central region of <b>dengue</b> virus type-2 (DENV-2) NS5 (&#39;aNLS&#39; and &#39;bNLS&#39;) that are <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=12289268106884757687&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 20</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:tzhnXDtAjKoJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=12289268106884757687&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 3 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><span class=gs_ctc>[HTML]</span> <a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S1020-49892007001000009&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en"><b>Dengue </b>viruses in Brazil, 1986-2006</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?pid=S1020-49892007001000009&amp;script=sci_arttext&amp;tlng=en"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from scielosp.org</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>RMR Nogueira, JMG Ara�jo&hellip; - &hellip;  de Salud Publica, 2007 - SciELO Public Health</span><br>A total of 4 243 049 <b>dengue</b> cases have been reported in Brazil between 1981 and 2006, including <br>
+5 817 cases of <b>dengue</b> hemorrhagic fever/<b>dengue</b> shock syndrome (DHF/DSS) and a total of <br>
+338 fatal cases. Although all Brazilian regions have been affected, the Northeast and <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=5795162355155761290&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 21</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:injGOnWNbFAJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="http://74.125.155.132/scholar?q=cache:injGOnWNbFAJ:scholar.google.com/+Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Cached</a> - <a href="http://direct.bl.uk/research/35/4B/RN221956916.html?source=googlescholar">BL Direct</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=5795162355155761290&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 9 versions</a></span></font>  </div>    <p><div class=gs_r><div class=gs_rt><h3><a href="http://jvi.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/84/9/4845"><b>Dengue </b>virus inhibits the production of type I interferon in primary human dendritic cells</a></h3></div><span class="gs_ggs gs_fl"><a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2863727/"><span class=gs_ctg2>[HTML]</span> from nih.gov</a></span><font size=-1><span class=gs_a>JR Rodriguez-Madoz, D Bernal-Rubio&hellip; - Journal of  &hellip;, 2010 - Am Soc Microbiol</span><br><b>Dengue</b> virus (DENV) infects human immune cells in vitro and likely infects dendritic cells <br>
+(DCs) in vivo. DENV-2 productive infection induces activation and release of high levels of chemokines <br>
+and proinflammatory cytokines in monocyte-derived DCs (moDCs), with the notable <b> ...</b> <br><span class=gs_fl><a href="/scholar?cites=3032881308062420325&amp;as_sdt=2005&amp;sciodt=1,5&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100">Cited by 4</a> - <a href="/scholar?q=related:ZY37FHv1FioJ:scholar.google.com/&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">Related articles</a> - <a href="/scholar?cluster=3032881308062420325&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998">All 7 versions</a></span></font>  </div>  <br><a href="/scholar_alerts?view_op=create_alert_options&amp;hl=en&amp;alert_query=intitle:Dengue&amp;alert_params=hl%3Den%26as_sdt%3D1,5"><img src="/scholar/scholar_envelope.png" width="22" height="19" title="Create email alert" border=0 align="texttop"></a>&nbsp;<a href="/scholar_alerts?view_op=create_alert_options&amp;hl=en&amp;alert_query=intitle:Dengue&amp;alert_params=hl%3Den%26as_sdt%3D1,5">Create email alert</a><br clear=all><br><div class=n><table align=center border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 width="1%"><tr align=center valign=top><td valign=bottom nowrap><font size=-1>Result&nbsp;Page:&nbsp;</font></td><td align=right nowrap><a href="/scholar?start=100&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_previous.gif" width="68" height="26" border=0><br><span class="b">Previous</span></a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=0&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>1</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=100&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>2</a></td><td><img src="/intl/en/nav_current.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br><span class="i">3</span></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=300&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>4</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=400&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>5</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=500&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>6</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=600&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>7</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=700&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>8</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=800&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>9</a></td><td><a href="/scholar?start=900&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_page.gif" width="16" height="26" border=0><br>10</a></td><td nowrap><a href="/scholar?start=300&amp;q=Dengue&amp;hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100&amp;as_sdt=1,5&amp;as_ylo=1998"><img src="/intl/en/nav_next.gif" width="100" height="26" border=0><br><span class="b">Next</span></a></td></tr></table></div><center><br clear=all><br><table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 border=0 width="100%"><tr><td class=k><img height=1 alt="" width=1></td></tr><tr><td align=center bgcolor=#dcf6db>&nbsp;<br><table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 align=center><tr><td nowrap><form method=GET action=/scholar><font size=-1><input type=text name=q size=31 maxlength=2048 value="Dengue"><input type=submit name=btnG VALUE="Search"><input type=hidden name=hl value="en"><input type=hidden name=oe value="ASCII"><input type=hidden name=num value="100"><input type=hidden name=as_sdt value="1,5"><input type=hidden name=as_ylo value="1998"></font></form></td></tr></table><br></td></tr><tr><td class=k><img height=1 alt="" width=1></td></tr></table></center><center><p><font size=-1><a href="http://www.google.com.br/webhp?hl=en&amp;oe=ASCII&amp;num=100" target="_top">Go to Google Home</a> <span>-</span> <a href="http://www.google.com.br/intl/en/about.html" target="_top">About Google</a> <span>-</span> <a href="/intl/en/scholar/about.html" target="_top">About Google Scholar</a></font><p><font size=-2>&copy;2011 Google</font></center></body></html>

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 from scrapy.contrib.linkextractors.sgml import SgmlLinkExtractor
 from scrapy.contrib.spiders import CrawlSpider, Rule
 from scrapy.http.request.form import FormRequest
+from scrapy.http import Request 
 from scholar.items import ScholarItem
 from BeautifulSoup import BeautifulSoup
 import re
 
 class ScholarSpider(CrawlSpider):
     name = "gscholar"
-    allowed_domains = ["scholar.google.com"]
+    allowed_domains = ["scholar.google.com", "scholar.google.com.br"]
+    num = 100
     start_urls = [
-        "http://scholar.google.com.br/scholar?hl=en&num=100&q=Dengue&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_ylo=1998&as_vis=0"
+        "http://scholar.google.com.br/scholar?hl=en&num="+str(num)+"&q=Dengue&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_ylo=1998&as_vis=0"
     ]
     rules = (
              Rule(SgmlLinkExtractor(allow=(re.compile('/scholar.bib?'), ))), 
             # Assume that the fields are delimited by ' - ', the first entry will be the
             # list of authors, the last entry is the journal URL, anything in between
             # should be the journal year
-            idx_start = authorPart.find(' - ')
-            idx_end = authorPart.rfind(' - ')
-            pubAuthors = authorPart[:idx_start]             
-            pubJournalYear = authorPart[idx_start + 3:idx_end]
-            pubJournalURL = authorPart[idx_end + 3:]
+            try:
+                idx_start = authorPart.find(' - ')
+                idx_end = authorPart.rfind(' - ')
+                pubAuthors = authorPart[:idx_start]             
+                pubJournalYear = authorPart[idx_start + 3:idx_end]
+                pubJournalURL = authorPart[idx_end + 3:]
+            except AttributeError:
+                #TODO: add a logging entry for this error
+                pubAuthors = ''
+                pubJournalYear = ''
+                pubJournalURL = ''
             # If (only one ' - ' is found) and (the end bit contains '\d\d\d\d')
             # then the last bit is journal year instead of journal URL
             if pubJournalYear=='' and re.search('\d\d\d\d', pubJournalURL)!=None:
             it = ScholarItem()
             it.update(itemdict)
             yield it
+        prv_url = response.url#check this
+        self.num += 100
+        print '==> ', self.num
+        nxt_url = prv_url.replace('?', '?start=%s&'%self.num)
+        req = Request(nxt_url)
+        yield req
 #            results.append(it)
 #        print results
 #        return results

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