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By Lin-Fa Wang, Christopher Cowled

Nearly seventy five% of rising infectious illnesses are zoonoses, and the speed of emergence of zoonotic ailments is at the upward push. Bats are being more and more recognized as a major reservoir of zoonotic viruses of alternative households, together with SARS coronavirus, Nipah virus, Hendra virus and Ebola virus. knowing bats' function in rising zoonotic illnesses is important to this speedily increasing sector of research. Read more...


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