Ebola virus may lurk in survivors for many years.

  title={Ebola virus may lurk in survivors for many years.},
  author={Kai Kupferschmidt},
  volume={371 6535},
1 Citations
Expanded Histopathology and Tropism of Ebola Virus in the Rhesus Macaque Model: Potential for Sexual Transmission, Altered Adrenomedullary Hormone Production and Early Viral Replication in liver.
  • David X. Liu, Timothy K. Cooper, +14 authors L. Hensley
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of pathology
  • 2021
It is demonstrated for the first time that Ebola virus causes uterine cervicitis, vaginitis, posthitis, and medullary adrenalitis and as early as day 3 after exposure, EBOV replicative intermediate RNA was detected in Kupffer cells and hepatocytes. Expand