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CHARACTERIZATION OF NONHUMAN PRIMATE LUNG AND BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE SAMPLES BY FLOW CYTOMETRY FOLLOWING AEROSOL CHALLENGE WITH VIRAL PATHOGENS
Outbreaks of several highly pathogenic viruses such as Ebola virus, Marburg virus, and Nipah virus occur periodically in some parts of the world. Because these viruses are highly infectious and associated with high mortality ...
EBOLA VIRUS INFECTION FOLLOWING A LARGE PARTICLE AEROSOL
Aerosol particle deposition patterns of inhaled aerosol particles are known to affect the virulence of inhaled bioaerosol pathogens. Small particle (0.5‒3 μm) aerosols typically deposit within the alveolar regions of the ...