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Ralph Baric says: “An RNA virus that causes respiratory tract infections can evolve into something we haven’t seen before and spread rapidly,” External link

the-scientist Monday, August 17, 2020 4:24:00 PM CEST

Kanta Subbarao says: “Pigs carry similar receptors to humans, and they can be infected by avian and mammalian viruses,” “The 1957 and 1968 flu pandemics were caused by reassortant viruses, with some gene segments from avian influenza viruses and other segments from circulating human flu viruses. It is long proposed that this [mixing] happened in an intermediate host, possibly pigs” External link

the-scientist Monday, August 17, 2020 4:24:00 PM CEST

Kanta Subbarao explains: “We want to pick up any novel influenza viruses in animals,” External link

the-scientist Monday, August 17, 2020 4:24:00 PM CEST

Ralph Baric says: “These viruses are on the move,” External link

the-scientist Monday, August 17, 2020 4:24:00 PM CEST

Raina Plowright says: “One reason it doesn’t take off is because it makes people so sick so quickly that they tend to be hospitalized and isolated,” External link

the-scientist Monday, August 17, 2020 4:24:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook said: “Some bats are able to mount this robust antiviral response, but also balance it with an anti-inflammation response,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, August 16, 2020 10:41:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “Heightened environmental threats to bats may add to the threat of zoonosis,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, August 16, 2020 10:41:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “Think of viruses on a cell monolayer like a fire burning through a forest. Some of the communities — cells — have emergency blankets, and the fire washes through without harming them, but at the end of the day you still have smoldering coals in the system — there are still some viral cells,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, August 16, 2020 10:41:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “This suggests that having a really robust interferon system would help these viruses persist within the host,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, August 16, 2020 10:41:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “It is really important to understand the trajectory of an infection in order to be able to predict emergence and spread and transmission,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, August 16, 2020 10:41:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook said: “Some bats are able to mount this robust antiviral response, but also balance it with an anti-inflammation response,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:44:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “Heightened environmental threats to bats may add to the threat of zoonosis,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:44:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “Think of viruses on a cell monolayer like a fire burning through a forest. Some of the communities — cells — have emergency blankets, and the fire washes through without harming them, but at the end of the day you still have smoldering coals in the system — there are still some viral cells,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:44:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “This suggests that having a really robust interferon system would help these viruses persist within the host,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:44:00 PM CEST

Cara Brook says: “It is really important to understand the trajectory of an infection in order to be able to predict emergence and spread and transmission,” External link

horsetalk Sunday, July 26, 2020 10:44:00 PM CEST

Michael Letko spiega: «In generale, stiamo entrando in maggior contatto con le specie animali che ci circondano e poi abbiamo scoperto che queste specie sono cariche di virus, La pandemia di Covid-19 è una sfortuna, ma non è sorprendente. Lanciamo i dadi da 20 anni senza fare nulla per ridurre il contatto con questi animali. Era solo questione di tempo prima che succedesse qualcosa del genere» External link

greenreport Tuesday, July 14, 2020 3:07:00 PM CEST

Michael Letko conclude: «A volte, non c’è bisogno di vaccini o medicinali. Basta solo un cambiamento comportamentale che aiuti a mitigare e ridurre il contatto tra le persone e gli animali. Questi sono alcuni dei tipi di interventi che possiamo intraprendere una volta che iniziamo a capire cosa fanno realmente questi virus» External link

greenreport Tuesday, July 14, 2020 3:07:00 PM CEST

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