As with the Ebola outbreaks, public health officials try to track down everyone who had contact with someone who may have Marburg
Caption: Negative contrast electron microscopy of Marburg
virus, from original monkey kidney cell culture propagation done at CDC in 1967, magnification =40,000x.
The reformers remained in Marburg
Palace until 4 October, 1529.
The study brings the strongest proof to this day of the species' aptitude to host Marburg
It has been associated with the highest case fatality rates of any strain or species of filovirus, causing 90% mortality in man in the largest Marburg
outbreak in 2005 in Angola, Dr.
The multidisciplinary team used a new bioinformatics-based approach, developed by John Chiorini at NIDCR, to identify a protein called TIM-1 as a receptor for Ebola and Marburg
A 5-year cooperation agreement with Marburg
University was signed in 2007 with the aim of exchanging students, alumni, and members of the teaching staff.
Confirmed cases of Ebola and Marburg
hemorrhagic fever have been reported in about six African nations, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with fatality rates of 80 percent to 90 percent.
Clinical reports of past Marburg
virus outbreaks suggest that people can be exposed longer to the virus than monkeys before showing symptoms.
The Defense Appropriations Act allocation of $11 million is for separate specific, complementary research to develop therapeutic agents against Ebola, Marburg
and dengue viruses, as well as to develop countermeasures for anthrax exposure and antidotes for ricin toxin.
On March 23, 2005, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed Marburg
virus (family Filoviridae, which includes Ebola virus) as the causative agent of an outbreak of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) in Uige Province in northern Angola.
As luck would have it, I lectured in Zurich, Switzerland, last week and saw there a huge statue of Zwingli near his home, a home which he left two years after Marburg
to die in battle for the faith.