A new study shows for the first time that the Zika virus can infect the mouse adult brain in regions that are vital to learning and memory. The researchers observed that infection correlated with evidence of cell death and reduced generation of new neurons. The findings suggest that the virus could have more subtle effects than have been recognized, perhaps contributing to such conditions as long-term memory loss or depression.
Note: Don’t forget which research body originally harvested Zika from the wild. Yep Rockefeller. Hey Billy Boy, we await your Synthetic Virology department’s first candidate virus: Gatinski Haemorrhagic Virus – GHV1.