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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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Thomas Breuer, Chief Medical Officer of GSK Vaccines, said: These agreements with the Sabin Vaccine Institute are an important next step in the fight against Ebola and Marburg viruses.
Thomas Breuer, Chief Medical Officer of GSK Vaccines, said: 'These agreements with the Sabin Vaccine Institute are an important next step in the fight against Ebola and Marburg viruses.
Gathering 6 cities having a twinning agreement with Marburg, the event will bring together 25 young people who will take part in several sport and cultural competitions next July in Germany, Krichen said.
Fahnbulleh, Who led the delegation admonished that they were engaging district and chiefdom stakeholders to not only inform them about the deadly Marburg Virus which was recently discovered in Cave Dwelling-Fruit Eating Bats in their districts and chiefdoms, but to also advise them to stay away from bats
Marburg virus is in the same filovirus family as Ebola.
About Marburg hemorrhagic fever [cited 2017 Mar 31].
Under the second USD2.9m 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.
Seven daily doses of the lipid-encapsulated small interfering RNA (siRNA) treatment started 3 days after exposure to a lethal dose of Marburg virus--Angola hemorrhagic fever (MARV-Angola) resulted in 100% protection in 16 rhesus macaques already showing clinical signs of the disease.
Marburg virus victims suffer sudden onsets of fever, vomiting, joint pains, headache and internal bleeding.
"This is the first receptor identified for Ebola and Marburg viruses," Wendy Maury, Ph.D., associate professor of microbiology at the University of Iowa Roy J.