From The Economic Times:
Previous studies with primates suggest that aerosols of most biothreat agents, which are particles dispersed in the air, are infectious.
Recent studies show that contact with the Ebola virus through the mucus membranes that line the respiratory tract results in infection, suggesting that airway linings may be important portals of entry for the virus.
“A needle-free, inhalable vaccine against Ebola presents certain advantages. Immunisation will not require trained medical person ..
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