Virology breakthrough for Africa's Marburg and Ebola haemorrhagic fevers
This article was originally published in Clinica
An international group of scientists have succeeded in isolating genetically-diverse live Marburg viruses from a common species of African fruit bat, promising a breakthrough in the prevention and management of the haemorrhagic fever associated with this and the related Ebola virus.
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