AgriLife Research team makes strides in fight against Zika

Research into controlling Zika virus may shed light on preventing other insect-borne viral diseases.

There's a war raging on a tiny battlefield and the outcome could well touch millions of people worldwide threatened by Zika and related viruses. The key ally unlocking the mystery surrounding this conflict is the yellow fever virus.

Dr. Kevin Myles, Glady "Hazitha" Samuel and Dr. Zach Adelman are Texas A&M University AgriLife Research scientists at College Station, Texas, who published "Yellow Fever Virus Capsid Protein is a Potent Suppressor of RNA Silencing That Binds Double-

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