Zika hides out in body’s hard-to-reach spots

In rhesus monkeys, virus detected in cerebrospinal fluid, lymph nodes long after infection

Zika virus

HIDE AND SEEK  Zika virus (red) remains in the central nervous system much longer than it does in the bloodstream, which could help explain its effects on the brain.

Cynthia Goldsmith/CDC

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