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We report a study on vector competence of an Italian population of for Zika virus (ZIKV). was susceptible to ZIKV infection (infection rate: 10%), and the virus could disseminate and was secreted in the mosquito’s saliva (dissemination rate: 29%; transmission rate: 29%) after an extrinsic incubation period of 11 days. The observed vector competence was lower than that of an colony tested in parallel.

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2016-05-05
2017-10-21
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