Production, Transmission, Pathogenesis, and Control of Dengue Virus: A Literature-Based Undivided Perspective

Islam, Muhammad Torequl; Quispe, Cristina; Herrera-Bravo, Jesus; Sarkar, Chandan; Sharma, Rohit; Garg, Neha; Fredes, Larry Ibarra; Martorell, Miquel; Alshehri, Mohammed M.; Sharifi-Rad, Javad; Dastan, Sevgi Durna; Calina, Daniela; Alsafi, Radi; Alghamdi, Saad; Batiha, Gaber El-Saber; et. al.


Dengue remains one of the most serious and widespread mosquito-borne viral infections in human beings, with serious health problems or even death. About 50 to 100 million people are newly infected annually, with almost 2.5 billion people living at risk and resulting in 20,000 deaths. Dengue virus infection is especially transmitted through bites of Aedes mosquitos, hugely spread in tropical and subtropical environments, mostly found in urban and semiurban areas. Unfortunately, there is no particular therapeutic approach, but prevention, adequate consciousness, detection at earlier stage of viral infection, and appropriate medical care can lower the fatality rates. This review offers a comprehensive view of production, transmission, pathogenesis, and control measures of the dengue virus and its vectors.

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Título según WOS: ID WOS:000842993900003 Not found in local WOS DB
Volumen: 2021
Editorial: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Fecha de publicación: 2021


Notas: ISI