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Scientists from Purdue University this week announced they were successfully able to identify the structure of the Zika virus. They found that while the virus is similar to other flaviviruses, like dengue, it has distinct differences which the researchers think could be the key to finding effective antivirals, vaccines, and tests to better identify Zika. Their work was published in the journal, Science Kuhn and Rossmann research groups/Purdue University

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Claire Maldarelli
Claire Maldarelli

is the Science Editor at Popular Science. She has a particular interest in brain science, the microbiome, and human physiology. In addition to Popular Science, her work has appeared in The New York Times, Scientific American, and Scholastic’s Science World and Super Science magazines, among others. She has a bachelor’s degree in neurobiology from the University of California, Davis and a master’s in science journalism from New York University's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program. Contact the author here.