A prophylactic multivalent vaccine against different filovirus species is immunogenic and provides protection from lethal infections with Ebolavirus and Marburgvirus species in non-human primates

Benoit Callendret, Jort Vellinga, Kerstin Wunderlich, Ariane Rodriguez, Robin Steigerwald, Ulrike Dirmeier, Cedric Cheminay, Ariane Volkmann, Trevor Brasel, Ricardo Carrion, Luis D. Giavedoni, Jean L. Patterson, Chad E. Mire, Thomas W. Geisbert, Jay W. Hooper, Mo Weijtens, Jutta Hartkoorn-Pasma, Jerome Custers, Maria Grazia Pau, Hanneke SchuitemakerRoland Zahn

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