This book contains eight chapters that underline important aspects of dengue virus, the most prevalent and life-threatening arbovirus in the world, including virus replication cycle and pathology, diagnostic methods, and control.
The first section brings knowledge on basic aspects of dengue virus replication which can be associated to its immunopathology. The second section includes two chapters on dengue diagnosis and emphasizes that in spite of the many scientific efforts, this subject continues to be a drawback in the disease control. Vector-based control strategies are discussed in the third section which also contains a chapter on regulation of dengue vaccines and the experience of Mexico in the implementation of the unique registered dengue vaccine.
1 Cellular Control of Dengue Virus Replication: Role of Interferon-Inducible Genes
2 Travelling with Dengue: From the Skin to the Nodes
3 Assessment of Dengue Fever Severity Through Liver Function Test
4 Diagnosis of Dengue: Strengths and Limitations of Current Techniques and Prospects for Future Improvements
5 Optical Diagnostic of Dengue Virus Infected Human Blood using Raman, Polarimetric and Fluorescence Spectroscopy
6 Insecticide-Treated House Screens to Reduce Infestations of Dengue Vectors
7 The Regulation Requirement of Dengue Vaccines
8 Roadmap for the Introduction of a New Dengue Vaccine
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