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Tag Archives: Ebola
The levels of virus in the blood for patients with Ebola virus disease is a strong predictor of fatality, according to a new study. Continue reading
A new paper in eLife updates predictions about where in Africa wild animals may harbour Ebola virus and where the transmission of the virus from these animals to humans is possible. Continue reading
Source: BBC News – Summit to discuss Ebola emergency starts
Ebola virus is back – but why? Continue reading
7 things you should know about Ebola virus Continue reading
Recently some of my final year virology students commented to me that it was a shame I was not still making regular MicrobiologyBytes podcasts. But as I said when I stopped posting weekly podcasts, I don’t feel that audio adds … Continue reading
Researchers have developed a single vaccine which protects against both rabies and Ebola virus. Although it works in the laboratory, the new vaccine – or soemthing similar based on this first attempt – need to be tested in primates and eventually in humans. Continue reading