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Virus Genome Sheds Light on Re-emergence of Livestock Diseases

News   Apr 29, 2020 | Original story from PLOS Biology

 
Virus Genome Sheds Light on Re-emergence of Livestock Diseases

Sheep are particularly susceptible to bluetongue virus (BTV) infection. The BTV-8 outbreak in Europe caused severe losses of sheep and considerable damage to the farming industry. Credit: Ciriaco Ligios.

 
 
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