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Ebola Survivor Antibodies Could Lead to Vaccine

News   Jun 07, 2017 | by Harrison Wein for NIH Research Matters

 
Antibodies From Ebola Survivor Could Unlock Route to Vaccines and Treatment

Colorized scanning electron micrograph of filamentous Ebola virus particles (green) attached to and budding from an infected cell (blue) (25,000x magnification).NIAID

 
 
 

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