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How the immune system protects against Zika-induced neurological symptoms
Based on the findings, vaccines that induce strong responses from these immune cells, known as CD4+T cells, should be developed to prevent invasion of the Zika virus into the brain and spinal cord. The Zika virus is a mosquito-borne virus that has recently spread throughout the Americas and the Caribbean. Efforts focused on prevention and treatment have been limited by the lack of knowledge about how to generate a protective immune response against this emerging pathogen.
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