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An observational clinical case of Zika virus-associated neurological disease is associated with primary IgG response and enhanced TNF levels.

Delatorre, Edson; Miranda, Milene; Tschoeke, Diogo A; Carvalho de Sequeira, Patrícia; Alves Sampaio, Simone; Barbosa-Lima, Giselle; Rangel Vieira, Yasmine; Leomil, Luciana; Bozza, Fernando A; Cerbino-Neto, José; Bozza, Patricia T; Ribeiro Nogueira, Rita Maria; Brasil, Patrícia; Thompson, Fabiano L; de Filippis, Ana M B; Souza, Thiago Moreno L.
J Gen Virol; 2018 May 17.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29771234
Descriptive clinical data help to reveal factors that may provoke Zika virus (ZIKV) neuropathology. The case of a 24-year-old female with a ZIKV-associated severe acute neurological disorder was studied. The levels of ZIKV in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) were 50 times higher than the levels in other compartments. An acute anti-flavivirus IgG, together with enhanced TNF-alpha levels, may have contributed to ZIKV invasion in the CSF, whereas the unbiased genome sequencing [obtained by next-generation sequencing (NGS)] of the CSF revealed that no virus mutations were associated with the anatomic compartments (CSF, serum, saliva and urine).
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