Ebola vaccine shows promise for saving apes

Captive chimpanzees given a vaccine that contains a viruslike particle rather than the live virus still developed antibodies against Ebola. This type of vaccination could be one way to save wild, endangered apes, the researchers suggest.

Captive chimpanzees given a vaccine that contains a viruslike particle rather than the live virus still developed antibodies against Ebola. This type of vaccination could be one way to save wild, endangered apes, the researchers suggest.

Jeremy Breaux/New Iberia Research Council

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