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Epidemiologia zakażeń koronawirusowych u ptaków wolnożyjących
Katarzyna Domańska-Blicharz, Justyna Miłek-Krupa

 Dzikie ptaki łączą wszystkie części świata poprzez coroczne cykle migracji, nie zważając na ustanowione przez ludzi granice poszczególnych państw, a nawet na zasięg kontynentów. Chociaż są one rezerwuarem wielu różnych gamma- i deltakoronawirusów, wciąż wiele zagadnień m.in. z zakresu ich ekologii, epidemiologii czy ewolucji pozostaje w sferze domysłów. Największymi barierami są, paradoksalnie, duże ograniczenia w pobieraniu próbek (większość danych została wygenerowana na podstawie próbek pobieranych w celach monitoringu wirusa grypy ptaków) ale także możliwości techniczne.

 

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