Nov 23, 2016

World of viruses uncovered – SciFeeds

A groundbreaking study of the virosphere of the most populous animals has uncovered 1,445 viruses, revealing people have only scratched the surface of the world of viruses -- but it is likely that only a few cause disease. The meta-genomics research, a collaboration between the University of Sydney and the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention was made possible by technology that also...

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