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121 Experimental Ebola treatment protects some primates even after disease symptoms appear 496
122 MERS-CoV found in bat; hunt for other sources goes on 941
123 New swine flu strain causes concern in Hong Kong 539
124 Blood study suggests camels could be MERS-CoV carriers 553
125 PED virus in the US - where are we? 465
126 New bat virus called closest known relative of MERS-CoV 568
127 OIE downplays camels as possible MERS-CoV source 458
128 Research:Test and trace PEDV in US 585
129 MERS-CoV not an emergency, experts tell WHO 604
130 UAE reports its first local MERS case 513
131 UK pig farmers warned of PEDV, virus spreads in US 545
132 More MERS cases reported; WHO names emergency panel 567
133 WHO sets up emergency panel for guidance on MERS 553
134 Saudi MERS hospital outbreak had some SARS-like traits 553
135 Canada: Strategy to prevent the spread of PED 514
136 MERS cases and deaths climb; study examines viral loads 465
137 MERS-CoV: in search of answers 509
138 Saudis report three more MERS-CoV cases, one fatal 708
139 Saudis provide more MERS-CoV genetic sequences 564
140 Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea Virus in the USA 510
141 Saudi Arabia reports another MERS-CoV case 484
142 MERS-CoV: 2 more cases in Italy, 1 in Saudi Arabia 505
143 Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus update 617
144 Study: Agricultural intensification and the emergence of zoonoses 494
145 Italy resident has MERS after trip to Jordan 497
146 Saudi Arabia reports 5 more MERS-CoV cases 584
147 Prospects for emerging infections in East and Southeast Asia 10 years after SARS 516
148 Coronavirus cases, deaths reported in Tunisia, Saudi Arabia 1001
149 WHO airs concern about coronavirus transmission 648
150 Six new Saudi coronavirus cases include 2 health workers 620
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