Chikungunya fever is a viral disease transmitted to humans by the bite of chikungunya virus infected aedes mosquitoes. Discover the latest research on chikungunya here.

January 7, 2021
Open Access

The use of mobile phones for the prevention and control of arboviral diseases: a scoping review

Maria Angelica CarrilloSilvia Runge Ranzinger
January 19, 2021

Factors associated with Chikungunya infection in a cohort of women aged 15-39 y in Fortaleza, Brazil

Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Francisco CorreiaCarl Kendall
January 6, 2021
Open Access

Role of Host-Mediated Post-Translational Modifications (PTMs) in RNA Virus Pathogenesis.

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Ramesh KumarSujatha Sunil
January 14, 2021
Open Access

Antivirals that target the host IMPα/β1-virus interface

Biochemical Society Transactions
Alexander J Martin, David A Jans
January 11, 2021

Antiviral activity of Stearylamine against chikungunya virus

Chemistry and Physics of Lipids
Manish Kumar JeengarDeepti Parashar
January 14, 2021
Open Access

High Aedes spp. larval indices in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo

Wat’senga Tezzo FrancisVeerle Vanlerberghe
January 6, 2021
Open Access

Nitrogen-Based Heterocyclic Compounds: A Promising Class of Antiviral Agents against Chikungunya Virus

Andreza C SantanaVinícius R Campos
January 2, 2021
Open Access

Organometallic Complex Strongly Impairs Chikungunya Virus Entry to the Host Cells

Frontiers in Microbiology
Débora Moraes de OliveiraAna Carolina Gomes Jardim
December 31, 2020
Open Access

Simultaneous Circulation of DENV, CHIKV, ZIKV and SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil: an Inconvenient Truth

One Health
Severino Jefferson Ribeiro da SilvaLindomar Pena
January 17, 2021
Open Access

Dynamic molecular epidemiology reveals lineage-associated single-nucleotide variants that alter RNA structure in Chikungunya virus

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
T. SpicherMichael T Wolfinger
January 9, 2021

Deciphering the human cellular interactors of alphavirus unique domain of Chikungunya Virus

Virus Research
Ritu Ghildiyal, Reema Gabrani
January 21, 2021
Open Access

Antiviral Compounds for Blocking Arboviral Transmission in Mosquitoes.

Shengzhang Dong, George Dimopoulos
January 21, 2021
Open Access

Nanoparticles as Vaccines to Prevent Arbovirus Infection: A Long Road Ahead.

Gabriel Augusto Pires de SouzaLuiz Felipe Leomil Coelho
January 7, 2021

Simultaneous circulation of Zika, Dengue, and Chikungunya viruses and their vertical co-transmission among Aedes aegypti

Acta Tropica
Adriano Fernandes TeixeiraFabrício Freire de Melo

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