TORONTO -- Canadian study is in the core of an experimental Ebola treatment recently awarded to two American aid workers infected while caring for patients from Liberia. The unlicenced medication, known as ZMapp, consists from three monoclonal antibodies, disease fighting proteins which target a particular portion of an invading pathogen, in that event the Ebola Zaire virus. That's the particular strain of Ebola responsible for this outbreak.
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Two of the monoclonal antibodies are the product of years of study performed in the Public Health Agency of Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, the bureau affirmed in an e mail late Monday.