Zika kills brain cells in adult mice

Virus’s effects could be more far-reaching than thought, finding suggests

mouse brain

VIRAL TARGET In adult mice, Zika virus infects cells (green) in a region of the brain involved in memory and learning. 

H. Li et al/Cell Stem Cell 2016

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