Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days

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Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days. / Diallo, Boubacar; Sissoko, Daouda; Loman, Nicholas J; Bah, Hadja Aïssatou; Bah, Hawa; Worrell, Mary Claire; Conde, Lya Saidou; Sacko, Ramata; Mesfin, Samuel; Loua, Angelo; Kalonda, Jacques Katomba; Erondu, Ngozi A; Dahl, Benjamin A; Handrick, Susann; Goodfellow, Ian; Meredith, Luke W; Cotten, Matthew; Jah, Umaru; Guetiya Wadoum, Raoul Emeric; Rollin, Pierre; Magassouba, N'Faly; Malvy, Denis; Anglaret, Xavier; Carroll, Miles W; Aylward, Raymond Bruce; Djingarey, Mamoudou Harouna; Diarra, Abdoulaye; Formenty, Pierre; Keïta, Sakoba; Günther, Stephan; Rambaut, Andrew; Duraffour, Sophie.

In: Clinical Infectious Diseases, Vol. 63, No. 10, 15.11.2016, p. 1353-1356.

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Diallo, B, Sissoko, D, Loman, NJ, Bah, HA, Bah, H, Worrell, MC, Conde, LS, Sacko, R, Mesfin, S, Loua, A, Kalonda, JK, Erondu, NA, Dahl, BA, Handrick, S, Goodfellow, I, Meredith, LW, Cotten, M, Jah, U, Guetiya Wadoum, RE, Rollin, P, Magassouba, NF, Malvy, D, Anglaret, X, Carroll, MW, Aylward, RB, Djingarey, MH, Diarra, A, Formenty, P, Keïta, S, Günther, S, Rambaut, A & Duraffour, S 2016, 'Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days', Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol. 63, no. 10, pp. 1353-1356. https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciw601

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Diallo, B., Sissoko, D., Loman, N. J., Bah, H. A., Bah, H., Worrell, M. C., Conde, L. S., Sacko, R., Mesfin, S., Loua, A., Kalonda, J. K., Erondu, N. A., Dahl, B. A., Handrick, S., Goodfellow, I., Meredith, L. W., Cotten, M., Jah, U., Guetiya Wadoum, R. E., ... Duraffour, S. (2016). Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 63(10), 1353-1356. https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciw601

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Diallo, Boubacar ; Sissoko, Daouda ; Loman, Nicholas J ; Bah, Hadja Aïssatou ; Bah, Hawa ; Worrell, Mary Claire ; Conde, Lya Saidou ; Sacko, Ramata ; Mesfin, Samuel ; Loua, Angelo ; Kalonda, Jacques Katomba ; Erondu, Ngozi A ; Dahl, Benjamin A ; Handrick, Susann ; Goodfellow, Ian ; Meredith, Luke W ; Cotten, Matthew ; Jah, Umaru ; Guetiya Wadoum, Raoul Emeric ; Rollin, Pierre ; Magassouba, N'Faly ; Malvy, Denis ; Anglaret, Xavier ; Carroll, Miles W ; Aylward, Raymond Bruce ; Djingarey, Mamoudou Harouna ; Diarra, Abdoulaye ; Formenty, Pierre ; Keïta, Sakoba ; Günther, Stephan ; Rambaut, Andrew ; Duraffour, Sophie. / Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days. In: Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2016 ; Vol. 63, No. 10. pp. 1353-1356.

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title = "Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days",
abstract = "We report on an Ebola virus disease (EVD) survivor who showed Ebola virus in seminal fluid 531 days after onset of disease. The persisting virus was sexually transmitted in February 2016, about 470 days after onset of symptoms, and caused a new cluster of EVD in Guinea and Liberia.",
author = "Boubacar Diallo and Daouda Sissoko and Loman, {Nicholas J} and Bah, {Hadja A{\"i}ssatou} and Hawa Bah and Worrell, {Mary Claire} and Conde, {Lya Saidou} and Ramata Sacko and Samuel Mesfin and Angelo Loua and Kalonda, {Jacques Katomba} and Erondu, {Ngozi A} and Dahl, {Benjamin A} and Susann Handrick and Ian Goodfellow and Meredith, {Luke W} and Matthew Cotten and Umaru Jah and {Guetiya Wadoum}, {Raoul Emeric} and Pierre Rollin and N'Faly Magassouba and Denis Malvy and Xavier Anglaret and Carroll, {Miles W} and Aylward, {Raymond Bruce} and Djingarey, {Mamoudou Harouna} and Abdoulaye Diarra and Pierre Formenty and Sakoba Ke{\"i}ta and Stephan G{\"u}nther and Andrew Rambaut and Sophie Duraffour",
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AU - Loua, Angelo

AU - Kalonda, Jacques Katomba

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AU - Handrick, Susann

AU - Goodfellow, Ian

AU - Meredith, Luke W

AU - Cotten, Matthew

AU - Jah, Umaru

AU - Guetiya Wadoum, Raoul Emeric

AU - Rollin, Pierre

AU - Magassouba, N'Faly

AU - Malvy, Denis

AU - Anglaret, Xavier

AU - Carroll, Miles W

AU - Aylward, Raymond Bruce

AU - Djingarey, Mamoudou Harouna

AU - Diarra, Abdoulaye

AU - Formenty, Pierre

AU - Keïta, Sakoba

AU - Günther, Stephan

AU - Rambaut, Andrew

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