Emergence of the Asian lineage of Zika virus in Angola: an outbreak investigation

Hill, Sarah C and Vasconcelos, Jocelyne and Neto, Zoraima and Jandondo, Domingos and Zé-Zé, Líbia and Aguiar, Renato Santana and Xavier, Joilson and Thézé, Julien and Mirandela, Marinela and Micolo Cândido, Ana Luísa and Vaz, Filipa and Sebastião, Cruz dos Santos and Wu, Chieh-Hsi and Kraemer, Moritz U G and Melo, Adriana and Schamber-Reis, Bruno L F and de Azevedo, Girlene S and Tanuri, Amilcar and Higa, Luiza M and Clemente, Carina and da Silva, Sara Pereira and da Silva Candido, Darlan and Claro, Ingra M and Quibuco, Domingos and Domingos, Cristóvão and Pocongo, Bárbara and Watts, Alexander G and Khan, Kamran and Alcantara, Luiz Carlos Junior and Sabino, Ester C and Lackritz, Eve and Pybus, Oliver G and Alves, Maria-João and Afonso, Joana and Faria, Nuno R (2019) Emergence of the Asian lineage of Zika virus in Angola: an outbreak investigation. The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 19 (10). pp. 1138-1147. ISSN 14733099

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Zika virus infections and suspected microcephaly cases have been reported in Angola since late 2016, but no data are available about the origins, epidemiology, and diversity of the virus. We aimed to investigate the emergence and circulation of Zika virus in Angola.

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