Last Posted: Mar 18, 2019
Introduction of Ebola virus into a remote border district of Sierra Leone, 2014: use of field epidemiology and RNA sequencing to describe chains of transmission.
DeSilva M B et al. Epidemiology and infection 2019 Jan e88
Prevalence of infection among asymptomatic and paucisymptomatic contact persons exposed to Ebola virus in Guinea: a retrospective, cross-sectional observational study.
Diallo Mamadou Saliou Kalifa et al. The Lancet. Infectious diseases 2019 Feb
Unrecognised Ebola virus infection in contact persons: what can we learn from it?
Fletcher Tom E et al. The Lancet. Infectious diseases 2019 Feb
Macrophage Activation Marker Soluble CD163 Associated with Fatal and Severe Ebola Virus Disease in Humans 1 .
McElroy Anita K et al. Emerging infectious diseases 2019 Feb (2) 290-298
A genome-wide CRISPR screen identifies N-acetylglucosamine-1-phosphate transferase as a potential antiviral target for Ebola virus.
Flint Mike et al. Nature communications 2019 01 (1) 285
Phylodynamic Analysis of Ebola Virus Disease Transmission in Sierra Leone.
Jansen van Vuren Petrus et al. Viruses 2019 Jan (1)
Where are the Ebola diagnostics from last time?
Cnops L, et al. Nature, Jan 22, 2019.
Sequencing in the time of Ebola.
Van Puyvelde S, Argimon S. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2019 Jan;17(1):5.
Molecular detection of dengue virus in patients suspected of Ebola virus disease in Ghana.
Bonney Joseph Humphrey Kofi et al. PloS one 2018 (12) e0208907
A point-of-care diagnostic for differentiating Ebola from endemic febrile diseases.
Sebba David et al. Science translational medicine 2018 Dec (471)
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