Ebola Virus Disease

Ebola, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever or Ebola viral disease, is a rare and deadly illness caused by one of the strains of Ebola virus. This viral agent is regarded as a prototype pathogen of viral hemorrhagic fever, with high fatality rates in humans and primates.

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Best practices and challenges in One Health approach to fight zoonotic diseases

Best practices and challenges in One Health approach to fight zoonotic diseases

Clinical trial to evaluate antiviral drug for monkeypox begins in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Clinical trial to evaluate antiviral drug for monkeypox begins in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Obscure family of viruses already endemic in African monkeys "poised for spillover" to humans

Obscure family of viruses already endemic in African monkeys "poised for spillover" to humans

Uganda confirms seven cases of Ebola and one death

Uganda confirms seven cases of Ebola and one death

Researchers harness stem cells to study how Ebola virus infects and damages the liver

Researchers harness stem cells to study how Ebola virus infects and damages the liver

Marburg outbreak in Ghana causes African countries to stay alert

Marburg outbreak in Ghana causes African countries to stay alert

New vaccine shows promise to fight Lassa virus

New vaccine shows promise to fight Lassa virus

New technology may enable rapid diagnosis of Ebola virus

New technology may enable rapid diagnosis of Ebola virus

Scientists identify a promising strategy for stopping Ebola virus polymerase

Scientists identify a promising strategy for stopping Ebola virus polymerase

Foundational characterization of a new bat-borne ebolavirus and its potential as a human pathogen

Foundational characterization of a new bat-borne ebolavirus and its potential as a human pathogen

Persistent Ebola virus can hide in the brain and re-emerge to cause fatal disease

Persistent Ebola virus can hide in the brain and re-emerge to cause fatal disease

Paxlovid provides a glimpse into the future against SARS-CoV-2

Paxlovid provides a glimpse into the future against SARS-CoV-2

Study identifies cellular receptors for alphaviruses shared across mosquitoes, humans, and animals

Study identifies cellular receptors for alphaviruses shared across mosquitoes, humans, and animals

University of Oxford begins Phase I trial to test Ebola vaccine

University of Oxford begins Phase I trial to test Ebola vaccine

Analysis of 2021 Ebola outbreak reveals long-term dormant infections

Analysis of 2021 Ebola outbreak reveals long-term dormant infections

New study reveals unique immune responses to SARS-CoV-2, Ebola and respiratory syncytial virus using B cell repertoire analysis

New study reveals unique immune responses to SARS-CoV-2, Ebola and respiratory syncytial virus using B cell repertoire analysis

Cote d’Ivoire declares the country’s first case of Ebola since 1994

Cote d’Ivoire declares the country’s first case of Ebola since 1994

How to run a COVID-19 vaccination campaign: lessons from other infectious outbreaks

How to run a COVID-19 vaccination campaign: lessons from other infectious outbreaks

Investigation reveals considerable added benefit of remdesivir for moderately ill COVID-19 patients

Investigation reveals considerable added benefit of remdesivir for moderately ill COVID-19 patients

Texas Biomed scientists receive $1 million NIH funding for Ebola research

Texas Biomed scientists receive $1 million NIH funding for Ebola research