Wild Indonesian Orangutans Show Evidence of Ebola, Marburg Infections
CIDRAP News Scan, Friday 20 July 2012

In a study in Indonesia, almost one fifth of wild orangutans tested had antibodies to Ebola virus and a much smaller percentage had antibodies to Marburg virus, according to a report in PLoS One.

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