Author(s): Feldmann H, Jones S, Klenk HD, Schnittler HJ
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Abstract Ebola virus, being highly pathogenic for humans and non-human primates and the subject of former weapons programmes, is now one of the most feared pathogens worldwide. In addition, the lack of pre- and post-exposure interventions makes the development of rapid diagnostics, new antiviral agents and protective vaccines a priority for many nations. Further insight into the ecology, immunology and pathogenesis of Ebola virus will promote the delivery of these urgently required tools.
This article was published in Nat Rev Immunol
and referenced in Journal of Infectious Diseases and Diagnosis