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In this week's Nature, a team of Chinese researchers report on discovering new variation in the genome of the strain of Ebola virus responsible for the outbreak in Sierra Leone since it was first introduced to the region. The researchers analyzed 175 Ebola virus genome sequences collected from five distinct regions in the country between September and November 2014 after a rapid growth of the outbreak.

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