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Ebola Virus Sequencing
virus sequencingEbolaEbola virusEBOV

updated 16 November 2020
Virus sequencing of acute Ebola patients from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, and other countries. Virus sequence data will be used to determine potential correlations between the infecting virus genome and patient survival, disease severity and development of sequelae. When multiple sequences are available for one patient, the virus has been sequenced from that patient at several points in time.

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The Center for Viral Systems Biology, 2020, "Ebola Virus Sequencing", https://data.cvisb.org/ebola-virus-seq, V0.3.

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Curated alignments

Our virus sequencing datasets combine genomic sequences generated as part of our consortium with publicly available sequences. In addition to providing the raw data, we also curate sequences and provide the alignments to the broader community for downstream analyses.

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percent of experiments cited in source
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7%
Jason T Ladner et al.Cell Host Microbe2015
3%
Placide Mbala-Kingebeni et al.Lancet Infect Dis2019
3%
Tao Li et al.JCI Insight2017
3%
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2%
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1%
Jeffrey R Kugelman et al.Emerg Infect Dis2015
1%
Placide Mbala-Kingebeni et al.Lancet Infect Dis2019
1%
Tony Li et al.J Clin Microbiol2019
1%
1%
Thomas Hoenen et al.Emerg Infect Dis2016
1%
Kayla G Barnes et al.Clin Infect Dis2017
0%
0%
0%
M B DeSilva et al.Epidemiol Infect2019
0%
Suzanne E Mate et al.N Engl J Med2015
0%
Suzanne E Mate et al.Clin Infect Dis2018
0%
Gilda Grard et al.J Infect Dis2011
0%
Sylvain Baize et al.N Engl J Med2014
0%
Gaël D Maganga et al.N Engl J Med2014
0%
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0%
0%
Maria R Capobianchi et al.Genome Announc2015
0%
Olamide K Oloniniyi et al.J Virol Methods2017
0%
Emily Kainne Dokubo et al.Lancet Infect Dis2018