Shashikant Pattan, Nachiket Dighe, Sanjay Bhawar, Vinayak Gaware, Deepak Musmade, Mangesh Hole, Smita Parjane, Mayur Bhosale, Sapana Nagare.
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Shashikant Pattan1, Nachiket Dighe*1, Sanjay Bhawar2, Vinayak Gaware1, Deepak Musmade1, Mangesh Hole1, Smita Parjane1, Mayur Bhosale1 and Sapana Nagare1
1Department Of Medicinal Chemistry,Pravara Rural College Of Pharmacy,Pravaranagar, M.S, India
2Dept of Pharmacology, Pravara Rural College of Pharmacy, Pravaranagar, Loni 413713, India
Volume - 1,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2009
Marburg virus belongs to the same virus family, filoviridae, as the virus, which causes Ebola haemorrhagic fever. Marburg virus was first recognized in 1967 when outbreaks of haemorrhagic fever occurred in Marburg and Frankfurt in Germany and in Belgrade in the former Yugoslavia.
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Shashikant Pattan, Nachiket Dighe, Sanjay Bhawar, Vinayak Gaware, Deepak Musmade, Mangesh Hole, Smita Parjane, Mayur Bhosale, Sapana Nagare. Marburg Haemorrhagic Fever: A Review. Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2009; 1(2): 50-55.