Clin Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 10. pii: ciw793. doi: 10.1093/cid/ciw793. [Epub ahead of print]
Ebola Virus Persistence in Breast Milk After No Reported Illness: A Likely Source of Virus Transmission From Mother to Child.
Sissoko D1,2, Keïta M3, Diallo B3, Aliabadi N4, Fitter DL4, Dahl BA4, Akoi Bore J5,6, Raymond Koundouno F5,6, Singethan K5,7, Meisel S5,8, Enkirch T5,9, Mazzarelli A5,10, Amburgey V11,12, Faye O13, Alpha Sall A13, Magassouba N14, Carroll MW5,15,16, Anglaret X1,17, Malvy D1,2, Formenty P18, Bruce Aylward R18, Keïta S6, Harouna Djingarey M3, Loman NJ19, Günther S5,8, Duraffour S20,8.
© The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press for the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
Ebola virus; asymptomatic carriage.; breast milk; mother-to-child transmission; real-time sequencing
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