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Marburg:

see MariborMaribor
, Ger. Marburg, city (1991 pop. 103,961), in Slovenia, on the Drava River. It is a heavy industrial center with chemical, engineering, and electrical industries. Known as early as the 12th cent.
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, Slovenia.

Marburg

1. a city in W central Germany, in Hesse: famous for the religious debate between Luther and Zwingli in 1529; Europe's first Protestant university (1527). Pop.: 78 511 (2003 est.)
2. the German name for Maribor
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According to Reporternews, Marburg, like other filoviruses, can be spread by contact with blood, bodily fluids or tissues or contact with contaminated objects.
About Marburg hemorrhagic fever [cited 2017 Mar 31].
9m four year NIH grant, Dr Lai will develop a broadly neutralizing antibody therapy for Ebola and extend that strategy to Marburg virus, a deadly filovirus that is distantly related to Ebola.
The "stench station" is part of a trip to the past to which Marburg is inviting visitors from 15-17 June, 2017, so the "stench station" is meant to convey the smells of Luther's times.
Infection with Marburg virus and the relevant Ebola virus could generate severe disease in people, with fever and bleeding.
The anti-MARV nucleoprotein-targeting siRNAs have been designed to protect against all known strains of Marburg virus, but will not protect against the Ebola virus.
Ebola and Marburg viruses cause hemorrhagic fever in humans and other primates.
In a statement to SANA, the Program's Coordinator Raslan Khaddour said the number of the Program's students in each batch is 20, of which 10 are Germans, 5 Syrians and 5 form several Arab countries as the graduates obtain a joint certificate form Damascus and Marburg Universities.
In June, NIH officials said an experimental vaccine to prevent outbreaks of Marburg hemorrhagic fever is showing promise in monkeys as an emergency treatment for accidental exposure to the virus that causes the disease.
Earlier research showed that monkeys exposed to Marburg virus and vaccinated within 30 minutes survived (SN: 5/6/06, p.
The DTRA contract is separate from a previously announced allocation of $11 million to AVI as part of the 2006 Defense Appropriations Act, but builds on previous successful research into Ebola and Marburg viruses conducted with the U.
A traveller arriving by aircraft in South Africa from Angola has been tested for the Marburg virus.