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    Research Methods Inflammatory responses in Ebola virus-infected patients: Patients and outbreaks: In this study specimens (or samples) from patients were gathered during two Ebola outbreaks. The first occurred in the village of Mayibout (located in northeast Gabon) in February of 1996. The people there had scarce access to health resources and had to be hospitalized in Makoku which was seven hours away. Eighteen out of twenty of the main cases were found to be in contact with a dead chimpanzee

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    The Ebola Virus

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    discovered with an approximate total of 116 people infected in the first outbreak and 39 deaths. The Ebola-Reston is the only one of the five subtypes to not affect humans, only nonhuman primates. It first broke out in Reston, Virginia in 1989 among crab eating macaques. The Ebola virus is also a part of the Filoviridae family, along with Marburg, and contains a lipid envelope and has a single RNA strand. Ebolavirons are approximately 80 nanometers in width and vary in length. They also contain seven structural

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    Animal testing

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    When it comes to animals and their rights, there is a definite line between our needs and our taking advantage of those species that we consider inferior. As long as man has existed he has been carnivorous, and the same holds true for many other species of animals. Animals are a necessity to humans for survival, whether it be for food, clothing, etc. However, the unnecessary torture of animals through testing is not a necessity for human survival. When it comes to the needless torture of animals

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    Evolution to Extinction of Non-Human Primates During the Eocene epoch, 47,000,000 years ago, one of our ancestors lived in what is now Germany. She was still young, her baby teeth still intact and probably less than a year old. This little girl came to a lake’s edge for a drink of water; cupping the water with her hand she slowly drank the water while holding onto a branch with her other hand. Our ancestor died there when she was overcome by an underground gas bubble that erupted, the fumes leaving

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    Understanding the Y Chromosome

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    Y chromosome, the smallest chromosome of the karyotpe, is one of the two sex chromosomes. In 1905, Nettie Stevens identified that Y chromosome is a sex-determining chromosome, while conducting one study of the mealworm Tenebrio molitor. He also proposed that chromosomes always existed in pairs. In 1890 Hermann Henking discovered that Y chromosome was the pair of the X chromosome. All chromosomes normally appear to take on a well defined shape during mitosis when seen under microscope. This shape

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