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Flavivirus que infectan el sistema nervioso

AutorMartín-Acebes, Miguel Ángel; Saiz, Juan Carlos
Fecha de publicación2012
CitaciónVirología 15 (1): 58- 64 (2012)
ResumenFlaviviruses constitute a genus of viruses that contains important human and animal pathogens. Most flaviviruses are maintained in the nature in an infectious cycle that includes transmission between wild animals, which act as their natural host, and insects (mosquitoes and ticks) that act as their vector.These vectors can transmit the virus to other animals or to humans, causing zoonoses.A characteristic shared by a wide variety of flaviviruses is that they can infect cells from the host nervous system, thus inducing severe neurological diseases, which often include encephalitis. Global climate warming together with changes in land use are helping to change the distribution patterns of some flaviviruses, which are currently being detected in new zones, causing infectious outbreaks that affect both human and animals.
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