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JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, ISSN 1525-4135, 04/2018, Volume 77, p. 43
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 09/2014, Volume 345, Issue 6202, pp. 1369 - 1372
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eLife, ISSN 2050-084X, 01/2018, Volume 7
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) is a zoonotic virus from camels causing significant mortality and morbidity in humans in the Arabian... 
DROMEDARY CAMELS | MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD | HUMAN INFECTION | RNA RECOMBINATION | BIOLOGY | MURINE CORONAVIRUSES | HOSPITAL OUTBREAK | EAST RESPIRATORY SYNDROME | POPULATION-DYNAMICS | SAUDI-ARABIA | SYNDROME CORONAVIRUS | Tropism | Epidemics | Medical research | Migration | Viruses | Outbreaks | Infections | Genomes | Credibility | Epidemiology | Estimates | Morbidity | Seroepidemiology | Respiratory diseases | Population
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by Quick, Joshua and Loman, Nicholas J and Duraffour, Sophie and Simpson, Jared T and Severi, Ettore and Cowley, Lauren and Bore, Joseph Akoi and Koundouno, Raymond and Dudas, Gytis and Mikhail, Amy and Ouédraogo, Nobila and Afrough, Babak and Bah, Amadou and Baum, Jonathan H. J and Becker-Ziaja, Beate and Boettcher, Jan Peter and Cabeza-Cabrerizo, Mar and Camino-Sánchez, Álvaro and Carter, Lisa L and Doerrbecker, Juliane and Enkirch, Theresa and Garciá-Dorival, Isabel and Hetzelt, Nicole and Hinzmann, Julia and Holm, Tobias and Kafetzopoulou, Liana Eleni and Koropogui, Michel and Kosgey, Abigael and Kuisma, Eeva and Logue, Christopher H and Mazzarelli, Antonio and Meisel, Sarah and Mertens, Marc and Michel, Janine and Ngabo, Didier and Nitzsche, Katja and Pallasch, Elisa and Patrono, Livia Victoria and Portmann, Jasmine and Repits, Johanna Gabriella and Rickett, Natasha Y and Sachse, Andreas and Singethan, Katrin and Vitoriano, Inês and Yemanaberhan, Rahel L and Zekeng, Elsa G and Racine, Trina and Bello, Alexander and Sall, Amadou Alpha and Faye, Ousmane and Faye, Oumar and Magassouba, N'Faly and Williams, Cecelia V and Amburgey, Victoria and Winona, Linda and Davis, Emily and Gerlach, Jon and Washington, Frank and Monteil, Vanessa and Jourdain, Marine and Bererd, Marion and Camara, Alimou and Somlare, Hermann and Camara, Abdoulaye and Gerard, Marianne and Bado, Guillaume and Baillet, Bernard and Delaune, Déborah and Nebie, Koumpingnin Yacouba and Diarra, Abdoulaye and Savane, Yacouba and Pallawo, Raymond Bernard and Gutierrez, Giovanna Jaramillo and Milhano, Natacha and Roger, Isabelle and Williams, Christopher J and Yattara, Facinet and Lewandowski, Kuiama and Taylor, James and Rachwal, Phillip and Turner, Daniel J and Pollakis, Georgios and Hiscox, Julian A and Matthews, David A and O'Shea, Matthew K and Johnston, Andrew McD and Wilson, Duncan and Hutley, Emma and Smit, Erasmus and Di Caro, Antonino and Wolfel, Roman and Stoecker, Kilian and Fleischmann, Erna and Gabriel, Martin and Weller, Simon A and Koivogui, Lamine and Diallo, Boubacar and Keita, Sakoba and Rambaut, Andrew and Formenty, Pierre and ...
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2016, Volume 530, Issue 7589, pp. 228 - 232
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eLife, ISSN 2050-084X, 2015, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp. 1 - 3
The huge diversity of negative-sense RNA viruses in insects, spiders and other arthropods suggests that these animals could be central to virus origin and... 
negative-sense | viruses | infectious disease | RNA virus | arthropods | microbiology | phylogeny | segmentation | evolution | VIRAL METAGENOMICS | BIOLOGY | Biological Evolution | Arthropods - virology | Animals | Studies | Ebola virus | RNA viruses | Vertebrates | Evolutionary biology | Influenza | Phylogenetics | Evolution | Viruses | Genomes | Disease control | Viral infections
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eLife, ISSN 2050-084X, 02/2014, Volume 2014, Issue 3, p. e01914
Influenza viruses undergo continual antigenic evolution allowing mutant viruses to evade host immunity acquired to previous virus strains. Antigenic phenotype... 
SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS | B VIRUSES | AMINO-ACID | UNITED-KINGDOM | A H1N1 VIRUSES | GENOMIC ANALYSES | VARIANTS | BIOLOGY | HEMAGGLUTININ GENE | EPIDEMIC INFLUENZA | DRIFT | Influenza A Virus, H1N1 Subtype - immunology | Genetic Drift | Antigens, Viral - metabolism | Humans | Virulence | Influenza A Virus, H3N2 Subtype - metabolism | Antigens, Viral - genetics | Influenza A Virus, H3N2 Subtype - genetics | Phylogeny | Influenza B virus - genetics | Time Factors | Influenza Vaccines - therapeutic use | Influenza, Human - virology | Influenza B virus - immunology | Seasons | Influenza A Virus, H1N1 Subtype - genetics | Influenza A Virus, H1N1 Subtype - metabolism | Influenza A Virus, H3N2 Subtype - pathogenicity | Influenza B virus - pathogenicity | Genotype | Influenza A Virus, H1N1 Subtype - pathogenicity | Influenza, Human - epidemiology | Influenza A Virus, H3N2 Subtype - immunology | Antigens, Viral - immunology | Phenotype | Influenza Vaccines - immunology | Influenza B virus - metabolism | Models, Genetic | Influenza, Human - prevention & control | Evolution, Molecular | Influenza, Human - immunology | Cartography | Cross-reactivity | Antigenic drift | Viruses | Infections | Vaccines | Hemagglutination inhibition | Virology | Molecular evolution | Genotype & phenotype | Hemagglutination | Influenza | Phylogenetics | Population | Evolution | Drift | Mutation | Evolution & development | Strains (organisms) | Public health
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 06/2017, Volume 546, Issue 7658, pp. 401 - 405
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by Carroll, Miles W and Matthews, David A and Hiscox, Julian A and Elmore, Michael J and Pollakis, Georgios and Rambaut, Andrew and Hewson, Roger and García-Dorival, Isabel and Bore, Joseph Akoi and Koundouno, Raymond and Abdellati, Saïd and Afrough, Babak and Aiyepada, John and Akhilomen, Patience and Asogun, Danny and Atkinson, Barry and Badusche, Marlis and Bah, Amadou and Bate, Simon and Baumann, Jan and Becker, Dirk and Becker-Ziaja, Beate and Bocquin, Anne and Borremans, Benny and Bosworth, Andrew and Boettcher, Jan Peter and Cannas, Angela and Carletti, Fabrizio and Castilletti, Concetta and Clark, Simon and Colavita, Francesca and Diederich, Sandra and Donatus, Adomeh and Duraffour, Sophie and Ehichioya, Deborah and Ellerbrok, Heinz and Fernandez-Garcia, Maria Dolores and Fizet, Alexandra and Fleischmann, Erna and Gryseels, Sophie and Hermelink, Antje and Hinzmann, Julia and Hopf-Guevara, Ute and Ighodalo, Yemisi and Jameson, Lisa and Kelterbaum, Anne and Kis, Zoltan and Kloth, Stefan and Kohl, Claudia and Korva, Miša and Kraus, Annette and Kuisma, Eeva and Kurth, Andreas and Liedigk, Britta and Logue, Christopher H and Lüdtke, Anja and Maes, Piet and McCowen, James and Mély, Stéphane and Mertens, Marc and Meschi, Silvia and Meyer, Benjamin and Michel, Janine and Molkenthin, Peter and Muñoz-Fontela, César and Muth, Doreen and Newman, Edmund N. C and Ngabo, Didier and Oestereich, Lisa and Okosun, Jennifer and Olokor, Thomas and Omiunu, Racheal and Omomoh, Emmanuel and Pallasch, Elisa and Pályi, Bernadett and Portmann, Jasmine and Pottage, Thomas and Pratt, Catherine and Priesnitz, Simone and Quartu, Serena and Rappe, Julie and Repits, Johanna and Richter, Martin and Rudolf, Martin and Sachse, Andreas and Schmidt, Kristina Maria and Schudt, Gordian and Strecker, Thomas and Thom, Ruth and Thomas, Stephen and Tobin, Ekaete and Tolley, Howard and Trautner, Jochen and Vermoesen, Tine and Vitoriano, Inês and Wagner, Matthias and Wolff, Svenja and Yue, Constanze and Capobianchi, Maria Rosaria and Kretschmer, Birte and ...
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 08/2015, Volume 524, Issue 7563, pp. 97 - 101
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eLife, ISSN 2050-084X, 04/2018, Volume 7
Open Forum Infectious Diseases 3(3): ofw165. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/ofid/ofw165 Assiri AM, Midgley CM, Abedi GR, Bin Saeed A, Almasri MM, Lu X, Al-Abdely... 
Respiratory diseases | Infections | Infectious diseases
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by Dudas, Gytis and Carvalho, Luiz Max and Bedford, Trevor and Tatem, Andrew J and Baele, Guy and Faria, Nuno R and Park, Daniel J and Ladner, Jason T and Arias, Armando and Asogun, Danny and Bielejec, Filip and Caddy, Sarah L and Cotten, Matthew and D'Ambrozio, Jonathan and Dellicour, Simon and Di Caro, Antonino and Diclaro, Joseph W and Duraffour, Sophie and Elmore, Michael J and Fakoli, Lawrence S and Faye, Ousmane and Gilbert, Merle L and Gevao, Sahr M and Gire, Stephen and Gladden-Young, Adrianne and Gnirke, Andreas and Goba, Augustine and Grant, Donald S and Haagmans, Bart L and Hiscox, Julian A and Jah, Umaru and Kugelman, Jeffrey R and Liu, Di and Lu, Jia and Malboeuf, Christine M and Mate, Suzanne and Matthews, David A and Matranga, Christian B and Meredith, Luke W and Qu, James and Quick, Joshua and Pas, Suzan D and Phan, My V. T and Pollakis, Georgios and Reusken, Chantal B and Sanchez-Lockhart, Mariano and Schaffner, Stephen F and Schieffelin, John S and Sealfon, Rachel S and Simon-Loriere, Etienne and Smits, Saskia L and Stoecker, Kilian and Thorne, Lucy and Tobin, Ekaete Alice and Vandi, Mohamed A and Watson, Simon J and West, Kendra and Whitmer, Shannon and Wiley, Michael R and Winnicki, Sarah M and Wohl, Shirlee and Wölfel, Roman and Yozwiak, Nathan L and Andersen, Kristian G and Blyden, Sylvia O and Bolay, Fatorma and Carroll, Miles W and Dahn, Bernice and Diallo, Boubacar and Formenty, Pierre and Fraser, Christophe and Gao, George F and Garry, Robert F and Goodfellow, Ian and Günther, Stephan and Happi, Christian T and Holmes, Edward C and Kargbo, Brima and Keïta, Sakoba and Kellam, Paul and Koopmans, Marion P. G and Kuhn, Jens H and Loman, Nicholas J and Magassouba, N'Faly and Naidoo, Dhamari and Nichol, Stuart T and Nyenswah, Tolbert and Palacios, Gustavo and Pybus, Oliver G and Sabeti, Pardis C and Sall, Amadou and Ströher, Ute and Wurie, Isatta and Suchard, Marc A and Lemey, Philippe and Rambaut, Andrew
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2017, Volume 544, Issue 7650, pp. 309 - 315
The 2013-2016 West African epidemic caused by the Ebola virus was of unprecedented magnitude, duration and impact. Here we reconstruct the dispersal,... 
TRANSMISSION | EVOLUTION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DISEASE | GUINEA | DYNAMICS | SURVEILLANCE | MEASLES | OUTBREAK | HYPERMUTATION |