Duke-NUS researchers find dengue virus changes shape to resist vaccines and drugs
Researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School have found that the dengue virus serotype 2, which is dominant in Singapore over the last few years, could change its shape from smooth and spherical to a bumpy surface through mutations that help the virus evade the immune system of the human host and resist vaccines and drugs.
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