In the current outbreak, such suspicions. Very few with with laboratory-confirmed Marburg haemorrhagic fever, most hospitalized patients have died within a day or two following recording. For affected communities, staff from the mobile teams, fully suited in protective clothing, seen as taking away relatives and loved ones, seen alive again.
In theory, the necessary measures to end the Angolan outbreak few and simple in nature. Rapid detection and isolation of patients, tracing and management of their close contacts, Theol in hospitals and protective clothing for employees working on chains the transfer to interrupt and thus seal off opportunities for further spread.. The number of cases began to increase in February and then even more dramatically, in March. March, the Marburg virus has been detected in samples taken from patients to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta , and the help was requested by the Ministry of Health in Angola. The ride began the following day. As known from extensive experience with outbreaks of other viral hemorrhagic fevers, including Ebola, outbreaks of Marburg can be brought to an end with classic public health interventions.Katja Schenke – Layland and colleagues from UCLA introduced a number of experimental by your mouse iPS cells using the reprogrammed cells from skin biopsies be obtained from adult mice. Though iPS cells have are believed as equivalent embryonic stem cells, to rigorous scientific studies will necessary hematopoietic cells are at differentiate into specific cell types confirmed.
The possibility of cells be create with their own cells very promising for treating currently incurable degenerative diseases of, as well as of cell – based drug discovery. Spinal cord injury reports from UCLA and other workgroups have shown that human skin cells in the cells that have nearly identical to human embryonic stem cell can be reprogrammed man the need to use human embryonic and Ball.