Feature: Bats may hold the key to vaccines for future pandemics

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Frozen bat tissues and bat droppings could hold the answer to stopping the next coronavirus pandemic.

Researchers at Western University are hunting for coronaviruses endemic in bats that have the potential for animal-to-human transmission. Rather than set off on a journey around the globe to look for bat coronaviruses, they have teamed up with biologists at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), which already holds thousands of frozen bat tissue samples from around the world….

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