Welcome to the Zika experimental science team (ZEST) data portal. Given the urgency of the ongoing Zika virus epidemic, we are making our study results available in real-time. Each study and its available data are shown below. For example, the first study performed by the ZEST team is ZIKV-001. If there are data you would like but are not available, please contact us. We are also happy to answer questions about the data as best as possible, but we apologize in advance if we do not have time to answer each and every question.
Questions or comments can be directed to Dave O'Connor email@example.com
. You can also follow the O'Connor lab (@dho_lab) or Dave (@dho) on Twitter.
LabKey (long-time technology partners of the O'Connor Lab) has launched the Zika Open-Research Portal
to help facilitate collaborative research. This portal provides researchers with a platform to share raw data, study commentary and results with the public in real-time. Projects are freely available to investigators.
If you are interested in making your research publicly available through the portal, please contact LabKey
to get started.
Natural history of ZIKV infection
Asian lineage infection (ZIKV-FP)
African lineage infection (MR766)
ZIKV infection during pregnancy
1st trimester infection
3rd trimester infection
Dose Titration of ZIKV in pregnancy
Tonsillar challenge with 10e6 ZIKV-FP
Subcutaneous infection of saliva donor
Saliva recipients (mucosal challenge: conjunctiva, intranasal, or tonsils)
Interactions between DENV and ZIKV
ZIKV infection in rhesus previously exposed to DENV-3
DENV-2 infection in rhesus previously infected and re-challenged with ZIKV-FP
ZIKV infection in cynomolgus macaques previously exposed to different serotypes of DENV.
Tissue tropism in pregnancy
Tissue tropism at 30dpi
Tissue tropism at 65dpi
Tissue tropism at 105dpi
Tissue tropism in fetal macaques
Infections with PR-ZIKV, clone, and barcoded virus
Prevalence of ZIKV in wild NHP populations
Direct Study Links