Issue 17 April 26, 2016
CDC Science Clips: Volume 8, Issue 17, April 26, 2016
Each Tuesday, to enhance awareness of emerging scientific knowledge, selected science clips will be posted here for the public health community. The focus is applied public health research and prevention science that has the capacity to improve health now.
The names of CDC authors are indicated in bold text.
Articles published in the past 6-8 weeks authored by CDC or ATSDR staff.
Exportations of symptomatic cases of MERS-CoV infection to countries outside the Middle EastExternal
Carias C, O’Hagan JJ, Jewett A, Gambhir M, Cohen NJ, Haber Y, Pesik N, Swerdlow DL.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 Apr;22(3):723-5.
- Exportations of symptomatic cases of MERS-CoV infection to countries outside the Middle EastExternal
Nipah virus transmission from bats to humans associated with drinking traditional liquor made from date palms sap, Bangladesh, 2011-2014External
Islam MS, Sazzad HM, Satter SM, Sultana S, Hossain MJ, Hasan M, Rahman M, Campbell S, Cannon DL, Stroher U, Daszak P, Luby SP, Gurley ES.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 Apr;22(4):664-70.
- Nipah virus transmission from bats to humans associated with drinking traditional liquor made from date palms sap, Bangladesh, 2011-2014External
Maternal phthalate exposure during pregnancy is associated with DNA methylation of LINE-1 and Alu repetitive elements in Mexican-American childrenExternal
Huen K, Calafat AM, Bradman A, Yousefi P, Eskenazi B, Holland N.
Environ Res. 2016 Mar 25;148:55-62.
Procedures to assist health care providers to determine when home assessments for potential mold exposure are warrantedExternal
Chew GL, Horner WE, Kennedy K, Grimes C, Barnes CS, Phipatanakul W, Larenas-Linnemann D, Miller JD.
J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2016 Mar 25.
- Maternal phthalate exposure during pregnancy is associated with DNA methylation of LINE-1 and Alu repetitive elements in Mexican-American childrenExternal
Transmission of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus infections in healthcare settings, Abu DhabiExternal
Hunter JC, Nguyen D, Aden B, Al Bandar Z, Al Dhaheri W, Abu Elkheir K, Khudair A, Al Mulla M, El Saleh F, Imambaccus H, Al Kaabi N, Sheikh FA, Sasse J, Turner A, Abdel Wareth L, Weber S, Al Ameri A, Abu Amer W, Alami NN, Bunga S, Haynes LM, Hall AJ, Kallen AJ, Kuhar D, Pham H, Pringle K, Tong S, Whitaker BL, Gerber SI, Al Hosani FI.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 Apr;22(4):647-56.
- Transmission of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus infections in healthcare settings, Abu DhabiExternal
Preconception care in publicly funded U.S. clinics that provide family planning servicesExternal
Robbins CL, Gavin L, Zapata LB, Carter MW, Lachance C, Mautone-Smith N, Moskosky SB.
Am J Prev Med. 2016 Mar 24.
- Preconception care in publicly funded U.S. clinics that provide family planning servicesExternal
In vitro antiviral activity of adenosine analog NITD008 against tick-borne flavivirusesExternal
Lo MK, Shi PY, Chen YL, Flint M, Spiropoulou CF.
Antiviral Res. 2016 Mar 23;130:46-49.
- In vitro antiviral activity of adenosine analog NITD008 against tick-borne flavivirusesExternal
Subject matter experts decide what topic to feature, and articles are selected from the last 3 to 6 months of published literature. Key topic coincides monthly with other CDC products (e.g. Vital Signs).
From Ebola to Zika: International emergencies and the securitization of global healthExternal
Cad Saude Publica. 2016 ;32(4):e00033316.
From mosquitos to humans: Genetic evolution of Zika virusExternal
Wang L, Valderramos SG, Wu A, Ouyang S, Li C, Brasil P, Bonaldo M, Coates T, Nielsen-Saines K, Jiang T, Aliyari R, Cheng G.
Cell Host Microbe. 2016 Apr 14.
Emergency contraception in a public health emergency: Exploring pharmacy availability in BrazilExternal
Tavares MP, Foster AM.
Contraception. 2016 Apr 15.
Mapping global environmental suitability for Zika virusExternal
Messina JP, Kraemer MU, Brady OJ, Pigott DM, Shearer FM, Weiss DJ, Golding N, Ruktanonchai CW, Gething PW, Cohn E, Brownstein JS, Khan K, Tatem AJ, Jaenisch T, Murray CJ, Marinho F, Scott TW, Hay SI.
Elife. 2016 Apr 19;5.
Phylogeny of Zika virus in Western Hemisphere, 2015External
Lanciotti RS, Lambert AJ, Holodniy M, Saavedra S, Signor Ldel C.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 May;22(5):933-5.
Projecting month of birth for at-risk infants after Zika virus disease outbreaksExternal
Reefhuis J, Gilboa SM, Johansson MA, Valencia D, Simeone RM, Hills SL, Polen K, Jamieson DJ, Petersen LR, Honein MA.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 May;22(5):828-32.
Zika virus-related news coverage and online behavior, United States, Guatemala, and BrazilExternal
Southwell BG, Dolina S, Jimenez-Magdaleno K, Squiers LB, Kelly BJ.
Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 Jul 15;22(7).
The global spread of Zika virus: is public and media concern justified in regions currently unaffected?External
Gyawali N, Bradbury RS, Taylor-Robinson AW.
Infect Dis Poverty. 2016 ;5(1):37.
Structure of the thermally stable Zika virusExternal
Kostyuchenko VA, Lim EX, Zhang S, Fibriansah G, Ng TS, Ooi JS, Shi J, Lok SM.
Nature. 2016 Apr 19.
Prenatal brain MRI of fetuses with Zika virus infectionExternal
Guillemette-Artur P, Besnard M, Eyrolle-Guignot D, Jouannic JM, Garel C.
Pediatr Radiol. 2016 Apr 18.
- From Ebola to Zika: International emergencies and the securitization of global healthExternal
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