A*STAR scientists are taking a multipronged approach to understanding and preventing dengue fever
A panel of major tropical diseases may soon be detectable from a single blood sample thanks to a biochip created at A*STAR
Insights obtained by profiling the immune response to repeat viral infections could assist vaccine design efforts
A simple new method of extracting viral RNA from blood samples allows quick, on-the-spot identification of dengue fever in patients
The infection of one dengue virus subtype can lead to the production of antibodies that confer protection against other dengue virus subtypes
Genome-wide association studies reveal risk factors that increase the susceptibility of children to certain diseases
Scientists at A*STAR are taking a diversified approach to combating dengue fever, an infectious tropical disease that is fast becoming a major global threat to health and the economy.
Immune cells infected by the dengue virus play a key role in fighting against viral growth