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  • Vaccine for Ebola?
    for Ebola or Marburg that are approved for use in humans However researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have developed an Ebola vaccine for laboratory animals US researchers have also developed a monkey vaccine for Marburg References Ebola vaccine

    Original URL path: http://virus.stanford.edu/filo/vax.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Ebola Interviews
    at all of the filovirus outbreaks He is considered the veteran Ebola ologist Colonel Arthur Anderson M D Col Anderson conducts research on Ebola at USAMRIID and presents and interesting scientific perspective of Ebola Colonel Nancy Jaax D V M PhD Col Nancy Jaax conducted and led the veterinary pathology studies on the Reston monkeys She is a veterinarian pathologist at USAMRIID Dr Frederick A Murphy Dr Frederick Murphy is a veterinarian who used to work at the CDC He took the first electron micrograph of Ebola Zaire He is now Dean of UC Davis veterinary school Dr Robert Swanepoel s Account of the November 1996 Ebola fever in Johannesburg South Africa Dr Swanepoel is a virologist at the National Institute of Virology in South Africa He has conducted many studies on Ebola and was one of the people leading the effort to contain the outbreak of Ebola in Johannesburg South Africa Dr Bernard LeGuenno Pasteur Institute Dr LeGuenno conducts research on Ebola and other similar viruses at the Pasteur Institute Outbreak Interview with Dr Bo Niklasson Dr Niklasson is the head of the Swedish BSL 4 laboratory that conducts research on Ebola He was part of the international team

    Original URL path: http://virus.stanford.edu/filo/interviews.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Ebola Movies
    which a dead Ebola victim is put into a body bag for later removal from Kikwit Hospital Mourning the 1995 Ebola Victims The impact that Ebola has on the family and friends of the Ebola victims is depicted in this movie clip Man Hunt for the Infected Patients in Kinshasa CNN Movie The effort that it took to identify as many possible Ebola patients is depicted in this movie clip

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  • Ebola Links
    Ebola Page Encyclopedia of Virology Electron Micrographs of Filoviridae Ebola and Marburg Virus Genomic Structure Comparative and Molecular Biology Australian National University s Filoviridae Page Filoviruses in Nonhuman Primates Overview of the Investigation in Texas Many Many Links The Institute

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  • Ebola References
    V M Ph D Ingrid Wickelgren Science Vol 279 13 February 1998 Dr Alan Cann Journal of Infectious Disease Supplemental issue on filoviruses Scientific American Shaking the Ebola Tree Ebola and Marburg Virus Genomic Structure Comparative and Molecular Biology National Institute of Virology Vector Reservoir Study Tulane s Filoviridae Page The Garry Lab Peters C J Virus Hunter Thirty Years of Battling Hot Viruses Around the World 1997 Jahrling P

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  • Ebola Researchers
    LTC Kelly Davis DVM PhD Tom Geisbert PhD John Huggins PhD Nancy Jaax DVM PhD Peter Jahrling MD Eugene Johnson PhD left USAMRIID for AFMIC David McClain MD PhD not at USAMRIID any more MAJ Keith Steele MD Mike Turell PhD MAJ Neil Woolen DVM National Institute of Health Joel Breman MD DTPH Pasteur Institute Susan Fisher Hoch MD Joe McCormick MD Bernard LeGuenno MD Jacques Morvan MD Swedish Institute

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  • Thanks
    interest and advice Drs Peter Jahrling and C J Peters for their time help and interest Drs Susan Fisher Hoch and Karl Johnson for their time support encouragement and insight Norris Boothe for his support and his ability to fix any and all computer neuroses Peter Kasson and Edison Ng for giving me a crash course in HTML Stanford University and its Laura Selznick for its support funding and interest

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  • appear to be associated with any human disease if a virus cannot be linked with a human syndrom it is hence orphaned However it is now known that human reoviruses do indeed cause human disease Nevertheless reoviruses are characterized by their proclivity for infecting across kingdoms plants and insects as well as animals Below is an electron micrograph of a reovirus the appearance of which is characteristic of the family

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