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A single shot against Ebola and Marburg virus

New vaccines protect monkeys from Ebola and Marburg virus infections after a single shot. The live vaccines are built using a virus platform that should allow widespread protection in people, if the approach holds up in later safety and efficacy studies (pages 786–790).

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Baize, S. A single shot against Ebola and Marburg virus. Nat Med 11, 720–721 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm0705-720

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