20 October 2016 |

Neurodevelopmental model of Zika may provide rapid answers

Written by Georgia FACES
A University of Georgia graduate student is using early stage chicken embryos to monitor the progression of the
A University of Georgia graduate student is using early stage chicken embryos to monitor the progression of the Zika virus. By collecting data on how the virus affects brain development, researchers at UGA can pinpoint the best treatments to stop or slow the progression of early-stage microcephaly, a rare birth defect linked to the Zika virus.

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