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The Ebola Virus
The Ebola virus is a complicating object (viruses not being considered living creatures, so it is an object). Named after the Ebola River, the Ebola virus particle contains seven different proteins of which only three have vaguely known purposes. While the exact function of the other four proteins are still unknown, we do know that they attack immune system. Ebola is known to jump hosts and known to be lethal to both monkeys and humans. Similar to HIV, it will destroy your immune system making it useless to fight off not only the ebola virus, but any other virus that might enter your body. There are five different strains from the Ebola family identified being Ebola Zaire, Sudan, Reston, Marburg and the latest (found in December 1995) Tai. Zaire, being the most dangerous, killing 90% of it's victims. It is related to measles, mumps, rabies and the parainfluenza virus. …
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