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Ebola – An Unlikely Ally in the Fight Against Brain Tumors

News   Feb 13, 2020 | Original story from Yale University

 
Ebola – An Unlikely Ally in the Fight Against Brain Tumors

Here glioblastoma cells from a human brain are growing. Addition of the Ebola-VSV oncolytic virus results in tumor infection and cell death, seen here as black cells. Over time the infection spreads to other glioblastoma cells. Credit: A van den Pol

 
 
 

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