Dengue Virus

The term dengue was derived from Spanish literature which was used to describe joint pain from an illness that attacked the British during the epidemic that affected the Spanish West Indies from 1927- 1928. Dengue was brought to the American continent during the colonization in the 18th  century. Dengue virus symptoms are similar to those of several other infections, especially yellow fever. The etiology of dengue credited to an ultramicroscopic agent. Similarly, transmission has been considered through respiration and finally, by mosquitoes. Genetic variation was first demonstrated by serological techniques.


  • Laboratory diagnosis
  • Etiology
  • Transmission and Pathogenesis

Dengue Virus Conference Speakers

    Recommended Sessions

    Related Journals

    Are you interested in