Marburg Virus News and Research

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Marburg virus or simply Marburg is the common name for the the genus of viruses Marburgvirus, which contains one species, ''Lake Victoria marburgvirus''. The virus causes the disease Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever (MHF), also referred to as ''Marburg Virus Disease''.

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Auburn study explains link between habitat loss and global emergence of infectious diseases

Auburn study explains link between habitat loss and global emergence of infectious diseases

Groundbreaking research could lead to a simple, inexpensive test for Ebola virus

Groundbreaking research could lead to a simple, inexpensive test for Ebola virus

Disease X: an unknown disease that could claim millions of lives

Disease X: an unknown disease that could claim millions of lives

Ebola virus identified in a West African bat

Ebola virus identified in a West African bat

Scientists identify new bat-borne virus related to Ebola

Scientists identify new bat-borne virus related to Ebola

WRAIR clinical study evaluates safety and immunogenicity of Marburg vaccine

WRAIR clinical study evaluates safety and immunogenicity of Marburg vaccine

Researchers identify gene from Ebola virus in Myotis bats

Researchers identify gene from Ebola virus in Myotis bats

Mystery 'disease X' warnings from WHO

Mystery 'disease X' warnings from WHO

Innovative antibody delivery method could offer effective way to combat Ebola infection

Innovative antibody delivery method could offer effective way to combat Ebola infection

New TSRI study uncovers workings of first potential treatment for Marburg virus

New TSRI study uncovers workings of first potential treatment for Marburg virus

Researchers find way to prevent Ebola infection from spreading

Researchers find way to prevent Ebola infection from spreading

WHO helps contain Marburg virus disease outbreak on Uganda-Kenya border

WHO helps contain Marburg virus disease outbreak on Uganda-Kenya border

Einstein researchers receive three NIH grants to protect against deadly viruses

Einstein researchers receive three NIH grants to protect against deadly viruses

New research helps unravel ecological interplay of African bat, novel virus and a parasite

New research helps unravel ecological interplay of African bat, novel virus and a parasite

Antibody treatment protects non-human primates against deadly Marburg and Ravn viruses

Antibody treatment protects non-human primates against deadly Marburg and Ravn viruses

Experimental treatment cures Marburg and Ravn virus infection in animals

Experimental treatment cures Marburg and Ravn virus infection in animals

Study: Investigational Ebola vaccine regimen induced immune response that persisted for one year

Study: Investigational Ebola vaccine regimen induced immune response that persisted for one year

Georgia State professor receives five-year $4.1 million federal grant to develop drug targeting Ebola virus

Georgia State professor receives five-year $4.1 million federal grant to develop drug targeting Ebola virus

Penn Vet researchers identify potential target to fight against Ebola

Penn Vet researchers identify potential target to fight against Ebola

Neutralizing antibodies from Ebola survivors can protect mice against deadly viral challenge

Neutralizing antibodies from Ebola survivors can protect mice against deadly viral challenge