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Ebola is the term for the viral genus Ebolavirus (EBOV), or for the disease Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF). It is named after the Ebola River, where the first recognized outbreak occurred. There are a number of species within...
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Ebola is the common term for a group of viruses belonging to genus Ebolavirus (EBOV), which is a part of the family Filoviridae, and for the disease that they cause, Ebola hemorrhagic fever. The virus is named after the Ebola...
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The natural reservoir of the Ebola virus seems to reside in the rain forests of ... The Ebola virus is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, secretions, ...
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The Ebola virus was first identified in the western equatorial province of Sudan ... Transmission of the Ebola virus has also occurred by handling sick or dead ...
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Ebola virus n. An extremely contagious filovirus causing an acute, usually fatal hemorrhagic fever and spread through contact with bodily fluids of
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Overview: Ebola virus is one of at least 18 known viruses capable of causing the ... For additional information on Ebola virus and other emerging and re-emerging ...
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Discovered in 1976, Ebola virus was named for a river in Zaire, Africa, where it ... The source of the Ebola virus in nature remains unknown. ...
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Ebola-Zaire, the first-discovered Ebola virus, is also the most deadly. ... Ebola and Marburg are close cousins, but the Marburg virus is not a form of Ebola ...
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... monkeys from the Ebola virus, a microbe that has devastated several African ... All the animals were exposed to lethal doses of an Ebola virus. ...
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The Ebola virus has however a major difference in terms that the reservoir ... Like any other virus, the Ebola cannot survive by itself and needs either a ...
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... Ebola. Where is Ebola Found. Where do Cases Occur. How is the Virus ... is Ebola virus found in ... Ebola-Reston virus caused severe illness and death in ...
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Free online encyclopedia with thousands of articles ... Ebola-Zaire, the first-discovered Ebola virus, is also the most deadly. ...
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Ebola Virus ... What's New ...
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Ebola-Reston virus caused severe illness and death in monkeys imported to ... People can be exposed to Ebola virus from direct contact with the blood and/or ...
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The Ebola virus has been a controversial topic since its discovery in 1976, ... The Ebola virus, named after the river in Zaire where it was initially ...
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Twenty years ago Ebola virus first emerged in simultaneous outbreaks in Sudan ... Ebola virus was spread to health workers in contact with body fluids, and also ...
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Improve public health to control Ebola. Doctors seeking source of virus. March 10, 1996 ... Ebola virus kills 13 in Gabon. WHO says suspected Ebola cases are cholera ...
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