Close relative of SARS virus found in Chinese bats
CIRDAP NEWS, Thursday 30 October 2013

An international research team has identified two novel coronaviruses (CoVs) in Chinese horseshoe bats that are closely related to the SARS-CoV and can infect human cells, which supports the hypothesis that the SARS virus originated in bats and suggests that it may have the capacity to jump directly from bats to humans, instead of passing through another animal first.

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