Ebola Virus Disease
Last Posted: Dec 28, 2020
- Human Diversity of Killer Cell Immunoglobulin-Like Receptors and Human Leukocyte Antigen Class I Alleles and Ebola Virus Disease Outcomes.
Wawina-Bokalanga Tony, et al. Emerging infectious diseases 2021 1 (1) 76-84
- Machine-learning Prognostic Models from the 2014-16 Ebola Outbreak: Data-harmonization Challenges, Validation Strategies, and mHealth Applications.
Colubri Andres et al. EClinicalMedicine 1154-64
- Preliminary Evaluation of the Effect of Investigational Ebola Virus Disease Treatments on Viral Genome Sequences.
Whitmer Shannon L M et al. The Journal of infectious diseases 2016 Aug
- Ebola RNA Persistence in Semen of Ebola Virus Disease Survivors Preliminary Report
GF Deen et al, NEJM, October 14, 2015
- The Case for Improved Diagnostic Tools to Control Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa and How to Get There.
Chua Arlene C et al. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 2015 Jun (6) e0003734
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