Lowe, J., Hewlett, A., Iwen, P., et al. (2015). Surrogate Testing Suggests that Chlorine Dioxide Gas Exposure Would Not Inactivate Ebola Virus Contained in Environmental Blood Contamination. (Abstract only.) Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 12(9):D211-215.
This study finds that decontamination with Chlorine Dioxide must be preceded by manually wiping down surfaces potentially contaminated by blood to inactivate bacteria present in blood.