Unraveling the complexity of betacoronaviruses in bats

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A comprehensive study by scientists at UdeM maps the evolutionary dynamics and risks of viral emergence of diseases that could someday pose a threat to humans.

With pandemics increasingly a global concern, an international study led by scientists at Université de Montréal offers new insights into the intricate evolutionary dynamics of betacoronaviruses in bats, providing a deeper understanding of the risks posed by these pathogens….

Unraveling the complexity of betacoronaviruses in bats | UdeMNouvelles (umontreal.ca)

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