Published Online: March 31, 2016. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2016.0857.
Conflict of Interest Disclosures: None reported.
Additional Contributions: We thank Project ZEST team members for constructive comments and helpful suggestions on this Viewpoint. The Wisconsin National Primate Research Center base grant P51 5P51OD011106-54 supported our initial laboratory studies with Zika virus, and grant 3R01AI116382-01A1S1 from the National Institutes of Health supports our ongoing Zika virus projects. Mark Igra, BA, initially encouraged us to use LabKey Server to manage data, and Josh Eckels, BS, LabKey, San Diego, California, facilitates our sharing of Zika virus data. LabKey is a subcontractor on an unrelated National Institutes of Health contract and receives compensation for managing the server that initially hosted the Zika virus data. LabKey did not receive any compensation for assisting with the setup and configuration of the Zika virus data, nor did LabKey receive any compensation for setting up and configuring the zika.labkey.com server that is offering to host projects for other investigators.