There are many viruses in the world that are transmitted from mosquitoes to humans. Zika virus is one of these viruses whose scientific name is Zika virus and is the dominant virus. In Africa and Southeast Asia, the symptoms of this virus Researchers have now reached a new conclusion about the virus.
An international team of researchers said in a new report that they have found strong evidence that the Zika virus could cause a rare neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome.
According to WebMD, neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins University, working with researchers at six hospitals in Colombia, said they had found the virus in the body fluids of a group of people with symptoms of Guillain-Barré syndrome.
According to researchers at the study, Gylnabar is a disorder that causes life-threatening muscle weakness when the immune system attacks the nerves.
“This is the first strong evidence that the virus is present in people with Guillain-Barré disease,” said Dr Carlos Pardo, an associate professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University. “In a large population of different centers affected by the spread of Zika, we were able to identify the virus in infected patients and cultivate it.”
Zika is the first virus transmitted by mosquitoes and causes horrible birth defects. Most of these defects are related to the brain. However, in adults, the virus usually has either mild or asymptomatic symptoms.
The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.