Study of coronaviruses in bats raises questions about new disease

01/21/2013 | National Post (Canada)

Researchers recently found that bats in Europe and parts of Asia and Africa carry coronaviruses similar to one that caused illness in the Middle East last year. The research calls into question the route of transmission of the virus, which is related to the deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome that spread across Asia in 2003. Sequencing the viruses should provide some answers, experts said.

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