How To Use Ebola In A Sentence

  • Marburg (filovirus) Closely related to Ebola, this virus was identified in 1967 when 31 people were infected in West Germany and Yugoslavia by Ugandan green monkeys. 7 died. Outbreak Of Fear
  • Whereas people who test positive for HIV remain infected for life, people who recover from Ebola are no longer contagious and are also protected from the disease in the future. Disease-Hunting Scientist: Marta Guerra and Ebola
  • Piot, 53, originally made his name as one of the doctors who helped isolate the Ebola virus after conducting fieldwork in Zaire in 1976.
  • Since unmodified Ebola enters through, and attacks, the lungs, defective lung cells could benefit most from therapy based on this discovery.
  • Ebola is a filovirus, a type of virus about which little is known.
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  • Working with a class of compounds known as antisense phosphorodiamidate morpholino oligomers, or PMOs, scientists first performed a series of studies with mouse and guinea pig models of Ebola to screen various chemical variations. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • The candidate vaccine is synthesized using modified, inactivated genes from Ebola virus.
  • Ebola and the Marburg virus are the two main categories of so-called filovirus which causes haemorrhagic fever (VHF), a disease dubbed a "slate-wiper" for its extreme lethality. The Times of India
  • The former punk declined to comment when asked about the Ebola quip last night. The Sun
  • Dot indicates significant viral outbreakEbola (filovirus) With a fatality rate of up to 90 percent, it killed hundreds in Zaire and western Sudan in 1976 and 1979. Outbreak Of Fear
  • The race is on to find a vaccine and an effective cure for ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Other viral illnesses include influenza, the common cold, Lassa fever, and ebola.
  • They must serve a quarantine period of three weeks away from any Ebola patients before they go to the airport. The Sun
  • We also can export our new knowledge to treat ebola globally. Times, Sunday Times
  • The experimental DNA vaccine is synthesized using modified, inactivated genes from the Ebola virus.
  • Body contact between mourners and dead relatives is a common way for Ebola to spread. The Sun
  • Scientists have successfully immunised mice against the Ebola virus.
  • We have to choose between a period of quarantine or importing Ebola. The Sun
  • The virus, a sub-type of Ebola virus [_Ebola Reston virus_ is now ranked as a distinct virus species in the genus Flu Wiki Forum - Front Page
  • In 2006, thousands of fish died from viral hemorrhagic septicemia, which is a disease that is comparable to the Ebola virus for fish. ClickOnDetroit.com - ClickOnDetroit.com News
  • Other viral illnesses include influenza, the common cold, Lassa fever, and ebola.
  • Out of the ashes of the catastrophe, a destructive flesh-eating virus that can spontaneously mutate into an Ebola strain has also cropped up, decimating survivors.
  • Fear of ebola is thwarting efforts to bring it and other epidemics under control. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some thought ebola was caused by supernatural forces. Times, Sunday Times
  • The minister identified plague, ebola, smallpox, anthrax, tularaemia and botulism as the main biological threats.
  • The names of some are notoriously well-known: Ebola, HIV/AIDS, and the organisms responsible for toxic shock syndrome and legionnaire's disease.
  • Aids may not have specific symptoms, but Ebola most certainly does - a short incubation period followed by massive collapse and eventual deliquescence of the internal organs.
  • I prayed that they might be spared the ravages of Ebola epidemics.
  • Fear of ebola is thwarting efforts to bring it and other epidemics under control. Times, Sunday Times
  • The race is on to find a vaccine and an effective cure for ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a severe, often-fatal disease that affects humans and non-human primates, such as monkeys, gorillas and chimpanzees.
  • Inside are many of the heroes of the war with ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Had the then-67-year-old Hoffman — who brought mainstream culture face to face with autism in Rain Man and went mano a mano with an Ebola-like filovirus in Outbreak — never quite broken character from his 1982 film Tootsie? Strange but True: Males Can Lactate | Impact Lab
  • The risk from catching Ebola from an infected person is relatively slight. The Sun
  • They must serve a quarantine period of three weeks away from any Ebola patients before they go to the airport. The Sun
  • Contact tracing is a central pillar of fighting ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some thought ebola was caused by supernatural forces. Times, Sunday Times
  • BRITISH tourists caught in a hotel lockdown during an Ebola scare spoke yesterday of their ordeal, after getting the all clear. The Sun
  • We also can export our new knowledge to treat ebola globally. Times, Sunday Times
  • The paper provides definitive proof for the assumption that Ebola moves from wildlife populations to humans through the consumption or handling of carcasses or bushmeat.
  • We have to choose between a period of quarantine or importing Ebola. The Sun
  • Currently, there is no vaccine for the Marburg virus, a form hemorrhagic fever like Ebola.
  • Antibody tests might normally reveal that the researcher was exposed to the virus; but standard tests look for antibodies against Ebola's glycoprotein, which is the same in the virus and the vaccine. *Science* Blog Portal
  • We also can export our new knowledge to treat ebola globally. Times, Sunday Times
  • According to the study, the outer protein shell of filoviruses, such as Ebola, have a biochemical structure similar to retroviruses carried by birds, making a common evolutionary origin more likely.
  • We have been told to expect massive death tolls from new strains, from such alien diseases as ebola or the flesh-eating bug, necrotising fasciitis.
  • Inside are many of the heroes of the war with ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • The risk from catching Ebola from an infected person is relatively slight. The Sun
  • The trade also poses serious dangers to humans: hunting, butchering and eating bushmeat can expose people to virulent animal-borne diseases like AIDS and Ebola.
  • In May 2004 I was part of an international team that responded to an outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in South Sudan.
  • Wearing a hazmat suit to guard against possible infection, she collects tissue samples from a gorilla that died of Ebola virus in the Congo.
  • Aum experimented with botulin toxin, anthrax, cholera, Q fever and the Ebola virus. Wired Top Stories
  • The minister identified plague, ebola, smallpox, anthrax, tularaemia and botulism as the main biological threats.
  • The ebola epidemic has still not been entirely overcome. Times, Sunday Times
  • A chink of light arrived when Adebola headed a consolation on his Turf Moor debut with just five minutes left, reacting first when Robbie Blake's cross cannoned off a Watford knee.
  • Researchers believe that Ebola is most commonly transmitted when people butcher infected apes for food.
  • They might be applicable both to bioterrorist threats and to infectious diseases like ebola, West Nile virus and SARS. The $6 Billion Bio-Defense Opportunity
  • Working with a class of compounds known as antisense phosphorodiamidate morpholino oligomers, or PMOs, scientists conducted studies in which nine rhesus monkeys were challenged with lethal Ebola virus, reports Daily News & Analysis
  • When monkeys were inoculated with the vaccines, the primates' immune systems mounted a response against either the Ebola or Marburg virus.
  • The minister identified plague, ebola, smallpox, anthrax, tularaemia and botulism as the main biological threats.
  • Ebola is spreading like a bushfire. Times, Sunday Times
  • They believe that things like Ebola, smallpox, and atomic energy all contain powerful, unseen spirits called djinns—from which we take the English word genie. Blowback
  • For example, the Ebola virus has a particular protein in its coat that can easily be detected and analyzed with mass spectrometry.
  • This airborne variant of Ebola is currently under study and we should have a vaccine for it in production within ninety days.
  • Tiga pelawak muda jebolan Audisi Pelawak TPI (API) ini berperan sebagai preman insyaf, dan telah ikut membintangi Para Pencari Tuhan sejak jilid pertama tahun lalu. ANTARA - Berita Terkini
  • The paper reflects a major step forward in the study of how some of the world's most virulent viruses, such as West Nile, SARS, Ebola and Hepatitis C interact with their hosts.
  • The race is on to find a vaccine and an effective cure for ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Marburg haemorrhagic fever is a severe and highly fatal disease caused by a virus from the same family as the one that causes Ebola haemorrhagic fever.
  • No, we didn't actually get nuked or wiped out by ebola or nerve gas; aliens didn't land on the White House lawn.
  • HIV belongs to a group of viruses known as "enveloped" viruses, which also includes influenza, mumps, measles, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, Ebola and SARS. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • This disease is classified as a biohazard, level III, the same as Anthrax -- just below level IV, which is Ebola. undefined
  • Using a viral database, the research team looked for parts of the Ebola and Marburg virus genes that resemble other viruses known to suppress the immune system.
  • the Ebola virus is believed to be zoonotic
  • Canadian researchers said that their model underlined the importance of screening passengers as they left countries with ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ebola and the other pale horsemen in this book are genuinely frightening. The Times Literary Supplement
  • They had established a running diagnosis of Rift Valley fever, dengue or the dreaded Ebola.
  • But Kelly, not content to accept the Black Death as offspring of the deadly bubonic, also looks at new evidence that the medieval plague ‘may, in fact, have been an outbreak of anthrax or an Ebola-like filovirus.’
  • Canadian researchers said that their model underlined the importance of screening passengers as they left countries with ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • The candidate vaccine is synthesized using modified, inactivated genes from Ebola virus.
  • Contact tracing is a central pillar of fighting ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • No word yet on cause of death, but since he was just in Africa, we can only assume he had the ebola virus, or the hanta virus, or salmonella, or some kind of gnarly rhino wound. SOME DUDE JUST DIED
  • Kearney, who was looking sharp again, combined with Windass on the left touchline before feeding the ball into Dele Adebola in the Hull penalty area.
  • The minister identified plague, ebola, smallpox, anthrax, tularaemia and botulism as the main biological threats.
  • The race is on to find a vaccine and an effective cure for ebola. Times, Sunday Times
  • In September 1997, Hatfill accepted a two-year fellowship as a medical doctor and hematologist to study Ebola and other hemorrhagic fevers at USAMRIID. The Wrong Man
  • On the African continent, Ebola infections of human cases have been linked to direct contact with gorillas, chimpanzees, monkeys, forest antelope and porcupines found dead in the rainforest.
  • Ebola haemorrhagic fever is one of the most virulent viral diseases, causing death in 50-90% of all clinically ill people.
  • I can see it now: We here in the Oval Office and our partners at WHO and in the CDC feel that there would be no elevated risk of exposure to illness were you suddenly to find yourself locked in a 737 with a bunch of terminal ebola, plague, hantavirus, and flu patients, while crates of lab rats and rhesus macaques are turned loose to bite everyone's ankles. My Tail's Not In A Curl Over Swine Flu
  • Using a viral database, the research team looked for parts of the Ebola and Marburg virus genes that resemble other viruses known to suppress the immune system.
  • It is believed that viruses causing deadly diseases such as ebola and salmonella were procured in Russia and that anthrax was obtained from North Korea.
  • They reused needles to give quinine injections to people with malarial symptoms and the early symptoms of ebola are like malaria. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lassa fever presents with symptoms and signs indistinguishable from those of febrile illnesses such as malaria and other viral haemorrhagic fevers such as Ebola.
  • But the cave is also known as the epicentre for two outbreaks of an Ebola-type virus known as Marburg. Thestar.com - Home Page

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