Chronic Infection of Domestic Cats with Feline Morbillivirus, United States.

@article{Sharp2016ChronicIO,
  title={Chronic Infection of Domestic Cats with Feline Morbillivirus, United States.},
  author={Claire R Sharp and Sham Nambulli and Andrew S Acciardo and Linda J Rennick and Jan Felix Drexler and Bertus K Rima and Tracey L. Williams and W Paul Duprex},
  journal={Emerging infectious diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={760-2}
}
a case in which a baby was not infected by breast milk from his EBOV-positive mother. However, it should be noted that the woman’s breast milk was never tested while she was breast-feeding baby 2. The literature on EBOV in breast milk of EBOV-positive patients is extremely scarce (3). In a previous study from the 2000 Sudan EBOV outbreak in Gulu, Uganda, breast milk from a convalescent-phase patient was sampled 15 days after symptom onset and tested positive for EBOV by RT-PCR and virus culture… CONTINUE READING
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