Bird Flu Viruses Can Remain Infectious for Months in US Wetlands
Bird Flu Viruses Can Remain Infectious for Months in US Wetlands
Lab and field experiments indicate that aquatic environments could act as reservoirs for the pathogens, which typically do not represent a direct risk to humans.
Bird Flu Viruses Can Remain Infectious for Months in US Wetlands
Bird Flu Viruses Can Remain Infectious for Months in US Wetlands

Lab and field experiments indicate that aquatic environments could act as reservoirs for the pathogens, which typically do not represent a direct risk to humans.

Lab and field experiments indicate that aquatic environments could act as reservoirs for the pathogens, which typically do not represent a direct risk to humans.

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Longitudinal Immune Profiling Reveals Key Immune Signatures Associated with COVID-19
Longitudinal Immune Profiling Reveals Key Immune Signatures Associated with COVID-19
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Sep 14, 2020
Madhvi Menon will discuss immune profiling of COVID-19 patients and Jyoti Phatak-Sheldon will highlight the use of RNAscope in situ hybridization in SARS-CoV-2 research.
COVID-19 Symptoms in Kids Most Often Headache, Fever: App Data
COVID-19 Symptoms in Kids Most Often Headache, Fever: App Data
Lisa Winter | Sep 8, 2020
The COVID Symptom Study app aims to help patients and healthcare providers identify patterns in user-reported data.
Long-Lasting Wound Infections Linked to Microbes and Genetics
Long-Lasting Wound Infections Linked to Microbes and Genetics
Lisa Winter | Sep 1, 2020
Two gene variations might help explain why some people experience chronic wounds.
Ten Minute Sabbatical
Ten Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Sep 1, 2020
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
Zika Infection Increases Risk of Severe Dengue Fever
Zika Infection Increases Risk of Severe Dengue Fever
Ruth Williams | Aug 27, 2020
A study of Nicaraguan children links prior Zika virus infection with aggravated dengue fever symptoms.
750 Million GM Mosquitoes Will Be Released in the Florida Keys
750 Million GM Mosquitoes Will Be Released in the Florida Keys
Lisa Winter | Aug 21, 2020
There have been no reports of health or environmental harm in other locations where genetically modified mosquitoes have been introduced over the last decade.
Connecting the DOTS
Connecting the DOTS
Adam Kucharski | Aug 18, 2020
The four factors that drive contagion
Cold-Causing Coronaviruses Don’t Seem to Confer Lasting Immunity
Cold-Causing Coronaviruses Don’t Seem to Confer Lasting Immunity
Shawna Williams | Aug 18, 2020
Studies on SARS-CoV-2’s milder cousins hint that our immune systems are quick to forget the viruses, but it’s unclear whether the same is true for the agent that causes COVID-19.
COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Trials
COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Trials
The Scientist Staff | Aug 18, 2020
UPenn’s Katharine Bar discusses ongoing clinical trials to explore the efficacy of treating patients with plasma from individuals who have recovered from an infection.