[News & Analysis] Tropical Medicine: Surprising New Dengue Virus Throws a Spanner in Disease Control Efforts
October 30, 2013 Editor 0
At a meeting this week in Bangkok, scientists announced the discovery of the first new dengue serotype in a half century. For vaccine developers who have struggled to make a preparation effective against the four known serotypes, factoring in a fifth may be a major headache.
Author: Dennis Normile
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