NIH Ebola study in macaques provides timeframes for post-mortem viral stability

To determine how long Ebola virus could remain infectious in a body after death, NIH scientists sampled deceased Ebola-infected monkeys and discovered the virus remained viable for at least seven days. They also detected non-infectious viral RNA for up to 70 days post-mortem. —> Read More Here


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