Ebola references (updated)

This is an abbreviated list of freely accessible, Ebola-related articles. Some are specific to the current outbreak, others are more general, some traditional science articles and others good online articles. [There are also a couple of useful links in the article below.] There will likely be a large number of articles emerging, potentially very large, given the nature of the situation.

1. Scientific literature and reports:
Atherstone et al., 2014. Ebola risk assessment in the pig value chain in Uganda (a good article, much more comprehensive than the title would indicate!)

Baize et al, 2014. Emergence of Zaire Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea-Preliminary Report

Bausch et al., 2014. Outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea: Where Ecology Meets Economy.

CDC Mortality and Morbidity Weekly Reports, 2014. Ebola Viral Disease Outbreak — West Africa.

Dudas and Rambaugh, 2014. Phylogenetic Analysis of Guinea 2014 EBOV Ebolavirus Outbreak.

Feldman et al, 2003. Ebola virus: from discovery to vaccine.

Gatherer, 2014, (in press). The 2014 Ebola virus disease outbreak in west Africa

Legrand et al., E&I, 2007. Understanding the dynamics of Ebola epidemics.

Leroy et al., 2001. Early immune responses accompanying human asymptomatic Ebola infections

Muyembe et al., 2012. Ebola virus outbreaks in Africa: Past and present

Vanessa and Matthias, 2012. Infection Control During Filoviral Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreaks

2. Web pages:
WHO, 2014. Ebola virus disease, West Africa – update 10 July 2014

WHO, 2014. EBV FAQ

Laden, G., 2014. Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Some basic information (Updated)

Black, 2014, on-site reporting (doctor with DWB, on scene in Sierra Leone), In the Shadow of Ebola and The First 24 Hour Shift

Poon, 2014, WUNC Radio. Ebola 101: The Facts Behind A Frightening Virus.

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