A reconstructed sample of the virus that caused the 1918 influenza pandemic killed macaques in a laboratory; the 1918 virus killed the monkeys by causing a cytokine storm, an autoimmune reaction in which immune-system proteins attack the body. | Harper's Magazine

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A reconstructed sample of the virus that caused the 1918 influenza pandemic killed macaques in a laboratory; the 1918 virus killed the monkeys by causing a cytokine storm, an autoimmune reaction in which immune-system proteins attack the body.

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A reconstructed sample of the virus that caused the 1918 influenza pandemic killed macaques in a laboratory; the 1918 virus killed the monkeys by causing a cytokine storm, an autoimmune reaction in which immune-system proteins attack the body.

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