Friday, October 31, 2014

Genes Influence How Mice React to Ebola, Study Says in ‘Significant Advance’ - NYTimes.com

Genes Influence How Mice React to Ebola, Study Says in ‘Significant Advance’ - NYTimes.com:



"Some people exposed to the Ebola virus quickly sicken and die. Others become gravely ill but recover, while still others only react mildly or are thought to be resistant to the virus. Now researchers working with mice have found that these laboratory animals, too, can have a range of responses to Ebola, and that in mice, the responses are determined by differences in genes."



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