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Marburg virus

Marburg virus

(Science: organism, virology) a filovirus that causes marburg disease, a severe haemorrhagic fever developed in many people who work with african green monkeys.


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... botulinum toxin (botulism), Francisella tularensis (tularemia), filoviruses (Ebola hemorrhagic fever, Marburg hemorrhagic fever); and arenaviruses (Lassa [Lassa fever], Junin [Argentine hemorrhagic ...

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... purposes such as vaccine production or research on how bacteria and viruses cause diseases. Earlier this year, the Pentagon drew up plans to ... vaccine for mice [5]. A mutant Ebola virus was engineered in Marburg Germany that was significantly more lethal to cells than the natural ...

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