Zaire virus

Zaire virus

(zah-ēr'),
a variant of Ebola virus.
Synonym(s): Ebola virus Zaire

Za·ire vi·rus

(zī-ēr' vī'rŭs)
A variant of Ebola virus.
Synonym(s): Ebola virus Zaire.
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This test has been authorized only for the detection of Ebola viruses (including Ebola Zaire virus detected in the West Africa outbreak in 2014);
The FDA has granted an emergency use approval for an antigen rapid test (ReEBOV/Corgenix) to detect Ebola Zaire virus.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials recently issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for Utah-based BioFire Defense LLC's FilmArray Biothreat-E test for the detection of the Ebola Zaire virus.
ZMapp, the unlicenced drug was a product of three monoclonal antibodies, which are disease fighting proteins capable of targeting specific parts of an invading pathogen like the Ebola Zaire virus, which is responsible for the outbreak.
Bukreyev's research group made the discovery after a series of procedures that started with a clone of the Ebola Zaire virus strain.
Potentially positive serum samples were tested by ELISA against each nucleoprotein independently to confirm reactivity and by Western blotting against nucleoproteins of Reston and Zaire virus strains as described (10).
The Zaire virus is the type species, which is also the first discovered and the most lethal.
Author Nance explains that his inspiration for writing ``Pandora's Clock'' was his conversation with a scientist on a 1992 Miami-to-Seattle flight: ``She started telling me about this thing called the Ebola Zaire virus, and I knew nothing about it.
Xpert Ebola is a molecular diagnostic test for Ebola Zaire Virus that delivers results in less than two hours.
0, which comprises the following targets: Ebola Zaire virus (ZEBOV), Ebola Sudan virus (SEBOV), MARV, LASV, RVFV, CCHFV, Hantaan virus (HNTV), Seoul virus (SEOV), YFV, and KFDV.
In addition to targeting specific genes in the body, AVI's antiviral program uses NEUGENE antisense compounds to combat disease by targeting single-stranded RNA viruses, including Marburg virus, Ebola Zaire virus, and H5N1 avian influenza virus.
Cytotoxic lymphocytes to Ebola Zaire virus are induced in mice by immunization with liposomes containing lipid A.