The number of people testing positive for dengue virus in Delhi has risen to 5,115, the municipal health officer said Monday. The number stood at 5,049 on Nov 11.
A novel therapeutic approach in which key regions of the dengue genome essential for viral replication are targeted and silenced, can prevent dengue virus from reproducing in humans.
Scientists have located a human antibody that can neutralise and kill dengue virus in two hours.
Scientists have identified the region on dengue virus that is neutralized in people who overcome infection with the deadly pathogen.
Scientists have shown for the first time that infection with dengue virus turns on mosquito genes that makes them hungrier and better feeders.
Scientists have made a promising advance for controlling dengue fever by mosquito bites.
A new study has disapproved reports that well-fed children are more vulnerable to the dengue virus.
Day in Pics: 30th August
August 30, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai