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Monkeypox mystery: New research may explain why 2003 outbreak in the US wasn't deadly

An outbreak of 72 cases of monkeypox in the United States during the summer of 2003 did...enter and colleagues conclude that some strains of monkeypox are more virulent than others, depending on where in Africa the virus came from. "We have at least ...

Researchers develop new testing methods for potential monkeypox or smallpox outbreak

...ped new diagnostic methods to better detect future monkeypox or smallpox outbreaks. The research also sheds new light on the 2003 monkeypox outbreak in the Midwest -- monkeypox is closely related to smallpox. This new information suggests t...

Mice studies illustrate potential of chimp/human antibodies to protect against smallpox

...mallpox virus and other orthopoxviruses, including monkeypox and cowpox. Although most reactions to the vaccin...another animal model for effectiveness against the monkeypox virus, which closely mirrors smallpox but is less virulent in humans. Currently, the smallpox virus...

Smallpox outbreak: How long would it take for vaccines to protect people? Would it work?

...se are called by names like vaccinia, orthopox and monkeypox virus. (This group includes some government employees, some emergency workers military personnel and researchers). ...

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