Natural history of disease in cynomolgus monkeys exposed to Ebola virus Kikwit strain demonstrates the reliability of this nonhuman primate model for Ebola virus disease

Nancy A. Niemuth, Dawn Fallacara, Cheryl A. Triplett, Sanjay M. Tamrakar, Alisha Rajbhandari, Clint Florence, Lucy Ward, Anthony Griffiths, Ricardo Carrion, Yenny Goez-Gazi, Kendra J. Alfson, Hilary M. Staples, Trevor Brasel, Jason E. Comer, Shane Massey, Jeanon Smith, Andrew Kocsis, Jake Lowry, Sara C. Johnston, Aysegul NalcaArthur J. Goff, Amy C. Shurtleff, Margaret L. Pitt, John Trefry, Michael P. Fay

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