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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TSRI scientists discover molecular mechanism by which deadly Ebola virus assembles

TSRI scientists discover molecular mechanism by which deadly Ebola virus assembles

Experimental vaccine elicits antibodies that can protect against Ebola virus infection

Experimental vaccine elicits antibodies that can protect against Ebola virus infection

Antibody-based therapies successfully protect monkeys from deadly Ebola and Marburg viruses

Antibody-based therapies successfully protect monkeys from deadly Ebola and Marburg viruses

Scientists identify critical protein responsible for Ebola virus infection

Scientists identify critical protein responsible for Ebola virus infection

NIH awards grant to Bavarian to advance early research in filoviruses

NIH awards grant to Bavarian to advance early research in filoviruses

New antisense drugs may help treat accidental infections: Study

New antisense drugs may help treat accidental infections: Study

NanoViricides presents study results of nanoviricides anti-Ebola agents

NanoViricides presents study results of nanoviricides anti-Ebola agents

Update on suspected Acute Haemorrhagic Fever in Republic of the Congo

Update on suspected Acute Haemorrhagic Fever in Republic of the Congo

Virus related to hepatitis C discovered in Asian bats

Virus related to hepatitis C discovered in Asian bats

Experimental vaccine for Marburg hemorrhagic fever prevention shows promise for accidental exposures

Experimental vaccine for Marburg hemorrhagic fever prevention shows promise for accidental exposures

DFG approves establishment of twelve new CRCs

DFG approves establishment of twelve new CRCs

Third International Epilepsy Colloquium to be hosted in Cleveland

Third International Epilepsy Colloquium to be hosted in Cleveland

Inflammation enzyme regulates production of brown fat tissue

Inflammation enzyme regulates production of brown fat tissue

On-going phase II trial of octagam in AD to be discussed at ICAD 2010

On-going phase II trial of octagam in AD to be discussed at ICAD 2010

NIH awards Corgenix Medical $600,000 grant to develop diagnostic tests for Ebola and Marburg virus

NIH awards Corgenix Medical $600,000 grant to develop diagnostic tests for Ebola and Marburg virus

Emory Institute of Drug Discovery and Zirus collaborate to develop new anti-viral drugs

Emory Institute of Drug Discovery and Zirus collaborate to develop new anti-viral drugs

NanoViricides files quarterly report with Securities and Exchange Commission

NanoViricides files quarterly report with Securities and Exchange Commission

NIAID awards Tulane University over $15M to develop Lassa fever vaccine and treatment

NIAID awards Tulane University over $15M to develop Lassa fever vaccine and treatment

Study calls for effective intervention strategy for non-specific chest pain

Study calls for effective intervention strategy for non-specific chest pain