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Marburg Virus

  • Rudolf Siegert
Part of the Virology Monographs / Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen book series (VIROLOGY, volume 11)

Abstract

Hardly any experience is more exciting for a physician than suddenly to encounter an unknown, dangerous infectious disease. In Europe no new diseases have been observed in many decades. Thus a mysterious hemorrhagic fever which broke out simultaneously in Germany and Yugoslavia in 1967 stimulated considerable interest; it posed a demanding challenge for clinicians, microbiologists, epidemiologists, and the public health service.

Keywords

Vero Cell Rabies Virus Cytoplasmic Inclusion Vervet Monkey Chick Embryo Fibroblast 
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  • Rudolf Siegert
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  1. 1.Hygiene Institute of the Philipps UniversityMarburg (Lahn)Germany

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