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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

Mr Wang said: “They call me Batman. I think it’s a compliment because bats are special,” External link

nytimes Friday, June 12, 2020 9:01:00 PM CEST

Mr Wang said: “Growing up, my family never owned a book,” “Well, except for Mao’s Little Red Book, but we had to have that” External link

nytimes Friday, June 12, 2020 9:01:00 PM CEST

Matthew Baylis dedi: "Beş mermiyi atlattık ama altıncısına vurulduk" External link

haber-mynet Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:53:00 AM CEST

Matthew Baylis diye konuştu: "Ve bu da karşılaşacağımız son pandemi olmayacak, dolayısıyla vahşi yaşamdaki hastalıklara daha yakından bakmalıyız" External link

haber-mynet Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:53:00 AM CEST

Matthew Baylis dedi: "Hangi hastalıkların salgına yol açacağını bulmak bambaşka bir adım, ancak biz bu ilk adımda ilerleme kaydediyoruz" External link

haber-mynet Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:53:00 AM CEST

Kate Jones söylüyor: "kanıtların genel anlamda, tarım arazileri gibi insanların dönüştürdüğü, daha az biyolojik çeşitlilik barındıran ekosistemlerin, sıklıkla insanların enfekte olma riskiyle ilişkili olduğunu gösterdiğini" External link

haber-mynet Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:53:00 AM CEST

Kate Jones diyor: "Bütün hastalıklarda durum bu değil. Ama belirli kemirgen tipleri gibi, insan müdahalesine en dayanıklı vahşi yaşam türleri, patojenlere ev sahipliği yapmak ve bulaştırmakta daha etkili görünüyor" External link

haber-mynet Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:53:00 AM CEST

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