Archives of Clinical Microbiology

  • ISSN: 1989-8436
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  • Mini Review   
    Ebola Virus Disease: New and emerging infectious diseases
    Author(s): Dr. Mulang Karshenas*

    Human-to-human transmission fuels sporadic epidemics of severe, systemic febrile disease caused by Ebola virus strains. Even though Ebola viruses, particularly Ebola virus (EBOV), are well-known agents of viral haemorrhagic fever and there is international concern about Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreaks, very little is known about the human immune correlates of survival and immune memory and the pathophysiology of EVD in humans. The absence of clinical and laboratory data from previous outbreaks is probably to blame for this lack of fundamental understanding of EVD's physiological characteristics. For the first time, cuttingedge laboratory equipment has been used to evaluate clinical, epidemiological, and immunological parameters in a significant number of patients as a result of the unprecedented scale of the EVD epidemic that swept through West Africa.. Read More»

    DOI: 10.36648/1989- 8436X.

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