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  1. In this paper we study some deterministic mathematical models that seek to explain the expansion of zika virus, as a viral epidemic, using published data for Brazil. SIR type models are proposed and validated using the epidemic ...
  2. ... areas in the Americas with increased likelihood of Zika virus transmission in 2017. Jason Asher , Christopher Barker , Grace ... Abstract Info/History Metrics Preview PDF Abstract Numerous Zika virus vaccines are being developed. However, identifying sites to ...
  3. Zika virus (ZIKV), a disease spread primarily through the Aedes aegypti mosquito, was identified in Brazil in 2015 and was ...
  4. The paper describes homology models of 15 proteins encoded in the genome of Zika virus ... The Zika virus (ZIKV) is a flavivirus of the family Flaviviridae, which is similar to dengue ...
  5. ... been spreading rapidly in many parts of the world. The Zika virus has been known since 1947 and invaded South America in ... and one that includes direct transmission appropriate for Zika virus outbreaks. This is especially important because the Zika virus is the first example of a disease th ...
  6. We present an algorithm which explores permutation symmetries to describe the time evolution of agent-based epidemic models. The main idea to improve computation times relies on restricting the stochastic process to one sector of the vector space, labeled by a single permutation eigenvalue. In this ...
  7. The emergence of diseases such as Zika and Ebola has highlighted the need to understand the role of sexual transmission in the spread of diseases with a primarily non-sexual transmission route. In this paper we develop a number of low-dimensional models which are appropriate for a range of ...
  8. ... countries prepare for increased birth defects from Zika virus outbreaks and plan for mitigation strategies to ... We developed a mathematical model for the 2015 Zika virus outbreak dynamics in Colombia, El Salvador, and Suriname. W ...