Insect-transmitted viruses like Powassan and West Nile virus may cause neurological complications. UW Medicine scientists explain their work on how the brain fends off a West Nile virus infection. A trigger that, in other cells, sets off cell death, actually protects infected brain cells and instead calls up the body's defenses to try to clear the infection.

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