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Marburg Virus

The Marburg virus, artwork. I love how absurd it is that killer diseases under a microscope look so amazing and pretty.

The Marburg virus VP35 protein (beige) surrounds the virus's double-stranded RNA (blue), masking it from immune system detection. (Image by Christina Corbaci, The Scripps Research Institute).

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This colorized image shows a number of Marburg virus virions, as seen through a transmission electron microscope. Ebola viruses and Marburg virus both belong to the same family of viruses, called the filovirus family.<br />

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Drug Saves Monkeys from Ebola-Like Virus The animals were spared from Marburg virus even when treated three days after infection

Drug Saves Monkeys from Ebola Like Virus - The animals were spared from Marburg virus even when treated three days after infection -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com