Study finds virus antibodies common in African fruit bat
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Wednesday 20 November 2013

A third of certain fruit bats that are found widely across Africa show evidence of infection with a rabies-like virus, and more than 40% had antibodies to henipaviruses, according to a study yesterday in Nature Communications.

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