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  • n. Any of several viruses, of the genus Ebolavirus, responsible for hemorrhagic fever

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  • Roger W. Barrette and colleagues documented Reston ebolavirus ( "REBOV"), a virus previously known to infect monkeys and humans, among domestic pigs "experiencing unusually severe outbreaks of porcine reproductive and respiratory disease" in the Philippines.

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  • The authors warn that while there are no signs the virus spread between pigs and farm workers, the emergence of Reston ebolavirus in the human food chain "is of concern."

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  • Reston ebolavirus has only been seen in monkeys and humans previously and, unlike other types of ebola, it is not known to cause illness in people.

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  • Bundibugyo ebolavirus - big whitey says he 'discovered' a new form of Ebola Henry Jeffrey - another negroe evicted from the masters house in Guyana

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  • AllScientists writing in PLoS Pathogens have reported the discovery of a new species of Ebola virus, provisionally named Bundibugyo ebolavirus.

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  • Therefore, research efforts into the Ebola virus genus and potential diagnostics are ongoing, with the discovery of Bundibugyo ebolavirus representing one of the latest pieces added to this puzzle.

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  • The identification and characterization of this new ebolavirus was done using a new sequencing approach that in effect bootstrapped the sequencing of the novel virus into a method that could used already developed techniques for other ebola species.

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  • Cross-protection studies will need to be done to assess whether vaccine designs will need to incorporate the Bundibugyo ebolavirus.

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  • [of ebolavirus] harmless to humans, according to Francisco Llinares, Professor of Microbiology at the University of San Pablo CEU.

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