Time From Infection to Disease and Infectiousness for Ebola Virus Disease, a Systematic Review.

@article{Velsquez2015TimeFI,
  title={Time From Infection to Disease and Infectiousness for Ebola Virus Disease, a Systematic Review.},
  author={Gustavo E Vel{\'a}squez and Omowunmi Aibana and Emilia J Ling and Ibrahim Diakite and Eric Q. Mooring and Megan B Murray},
  journal={Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America},
  year={2015},
  volume={61 7},
  pages={
          1135-40
        }
}
We systematically reviewed the literature to estimate the incubation and latent periods of Ebola virus disease. We found limited epidemiological data from individuals with discrete 1-day exposures. Available data suggest that the incubation and latent periods may differ, and mathematical models may be improved by distinguishing between the two periods. 
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