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PLoS Medicine, ISSN 1549-1277, 11/2016, Volume 13, Issue 11, p. e1002170
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Vaccine, ISSN 0264-410X, 08/2017, Volume 35, Issue 34, pp. 4298 - 4306
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EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES, ISSN 1080-6040, 11/2015, Volume 21, Issue 11, pp. 2022 - 2028
The largest recorded Ebola virus disease epidemic began in March 2014; as of July 2015, it continued in 3 principally affected countries: Guinea, Liberia, and... 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES | TRANSMISSION | IMMUNOLOGY | Medical research | Disease transmission | Distribution | Medicine, Experimental | Ebola virus infections | Forecasts and trends | Research | Medical statistics | Ebola virus | Virus diseases | viruses | contact tracing | Guinea | Ebola | epidemic control | Ebola virus disease
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Emerging Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1080-6040, 02/2016, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 178 - 183
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by Kissling, E and Rondy, M and Kaić, Bernard and Horváth, Judit Kriszttina and Ferenczi, Annmária and Oroszi, Beatrix and Vizler, Zita and Hercegh, Éva and Szala, Bálin and Alfonsi, Valeria and Bella, Antonino and Paradowska-Stankiewicz, Iwona and Brydak, Lidia and Nunes, Baltazar and Machado, Ausenda and Rodrigues, Ana Paula and Gomez, Verónica and Kislaya, Irina and Uva, Mafalda Sousa and Guiomar, Raquel and Pechirra, Pedro and Cristóvao, Paula and Conde, Patrícia and Costa, Ines and Pitigoi, Daniela and Lupulescu, Emilia and Ivanciuc, Alina Elena and Lazar, Mihaela and Cherciu, Carmen Maria and Larrauri, Amparo and Gherasim, Alin and Pozo, Francisco and Comas, Luis García and Carril, Fernando Gonzalez and Castilla, Jesus and Quinones, Carmen and Giménez, Jaume and Castrillejo, Daniel and Amores, Madalen Oribe and Falchi, Alessandra and Vilcu, Ana-Maria and Souty, Cécile and Blanchon, Thierry and Behillil, Sylvie and Enouf, Vincent and Cité, Sornonne Paris and Lina, Bruno and Valette, Martine and Reuss, Anicka and Buda, Silke and Prahm, Kerstin and Wedde, Marianne and Martin, Maria and Biere, Barbara and O’Donnell, Joan and Domegan, Lisa and Kelly, Anita and Joyce, Michael and Collins, Claire and De Gascun, Cillian and Connell, Jeff and Tuite, Grainne and Duffy, Margaret and Moran, Joanne and Hogg, Bridget and Dunford, Linda and Brytting, Mia and Zakikhany, Katherina and De Lange, Marit and Donker, G and Johansen, Kari and Penttinen, Pasi and Syrjänen, Ritva and Nohynek, Hanna and Haveri, Anu and Launay, Odile and Galtier, Florence and Vanems, Philippe and Lainé, Fabrice and Lenzi, Nezha and Antmann, Katalin and Nagy, Kamilla and Gefenaite, Giedre and Kuliešė, Monika and Mickiene, Aukse and Jancoriene, Ligita and Zablockiene, Birute and Damuleviciene, Gyte and Grimalauskaite, Rita and Bagdonas, Alfredas and Casado, Itziar and Díaz-González, Jorge and Castilla, Jesús and Nitescu, Maria and Ceausu, Emanoil and Bejan, Codrina and Marbus, Sierk and I-Move I-Move Study Team and I-MOVE/I-MOVE+ study team
Eurosurveillance, ISSN 1025-496X, 02/2017, Volume 22, Issue 7, pp. 2 - 10
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by Rondy, Marc and Kissling, Esther and Emborg, Hanne-Dorthe and Gherasim, Alin and Pebody, Richard and Trebbien, Ramona and Pozo, Francisco and Larrauri, Amparo and McMenamin, Jim and Valenciano, Marta and Kaic, Bernard and Filipovic, Sanja Kurecic and Visekruna-Vucina, Vesna and Novosel, Iva Pem and Lovric, Zvjezdana and Petrović, Goranka and Krause, Tyra Grove and Fische, Thea Kølsen and Lina, Bruno and Falchi, Alessandra and Vilcu, Ana-Maria and Souty, Cécile and Blanchon, Thierry and van der Werf, Sylvie and Enouf, Vincent and Behillil, Sylvie and Valette, Martine and Bernard-Stoecklin, Sibylle and Lévy-Bruhl, Daniel and Launay, Odile and Loulergue, Pierre and Lenzi, Nezha and Lesieur, Zineb and L’Honneur, Anne-Sophie and Galtier, Florence and Agostini, Camille and Serrand, Chris and Merle, Corinne and Foulongne, Vincent and Vanhems, Philippe and Lainé, Fabrice and Lagathu, Gisèle and Carrat, Fabrice and Buda, Silke and Preuss, Ute and Prahm, Kerstin and Schweiger, Brunhilde and Wedde, Marianne and Heider, Alla and Martin, Maria and Biere, Barbara and Duerrwald, Ralf and Domegan, Lisa and Coughlan, Laura and O’Donnell, Joan and Joyce, Michael and Collins, Claire and Dunford, Linda and Moran, Joanne and Tuite, Grainne and Duffy, Margaret and Connell, Jeff and de Gascun, Cillian and Rizzo, Caterina and Bella, Antonino and Alfonsi, Valeria and Castrucci, Maria Rita and Puzelli, Simona and Pagani, Elisabetta and Ghisetti, Valeria and Pariani, Elena and Baldanti, Fausto and Palù, Giorgio and D’Agaro, Pierlanfranco and Ansaldi, Filippo and Affanni, Paola and Rossolini, Gian Maria and Camilloni, Barbara and Bagnarelli, Patrizia and Sanguinetti, Maurizio and Atripaldi, Luigi and Chironna, Maria and Serra, Caterina and Vitale, Francesco and Chironna, Maria and Germinario, Cinzia and Orsi, Andrea and Manini, Ilaria and Montomoli, Emanuele and Napoli, Christian and Orsi, Giovanni Battista and Casado, Itziar and Castilla, Jesús and Fernandino, Leticia and Martínez-Baz, Iván and Ezpeleta, Guillermo and Navascués, Ana and Pérez-García, Alejandra and Aguinaga, Aitziber and Ezpeleta, Carmen and ... and I-Move I-Move Grp and I-MOVE/I-MOVE+ group
Eurosurveillance, ISSN 1025-496X, 03/2018, Volume 23, Issue 9, pp. 2 - 13
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