Date Presented 03/26/20

Transmission of Zika virus from a mother to an infant results in a spectrum of mild to severe deficits. Using a rhesus macaque model, the impact of Zika on gait development was examined using the Noldus Catwalk XT. Infants exposed to the Zika virus in utero, compared to control animals, used a less mature gait over the first month of life, specifically related to their use of diagonal walking patterns.

Primary Author and Speaker: Sabrina Kabakov

Additional Authors and Speakers: Sarah Navin, Natalie Dulaney, Kathryn Bach, Karla Ausderau

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