We have no meanings for "zoonotic viruses" in our records yet.
Bats and rodents are being increasingly recognized as reservoirs of emerging zoonotic viruses.
Container Aedes mosquitoes are responsible for the transmission of anthroponotic and zoonotic viruses to people.
Members of the Picornaviridae are important and often zoonotic viruses responsible for a variety of human and animal diseases.
Coordinated and synchronous surveillance for zoonotic viruses in both human clinical cases and animal reservoirs provides an opportunity to identify interspecies virus movement.
Time and again, zoonotic viruses emerge from these contexts: wave after wave of avian flu, swine flu, Nipah virus... the list goes on.
Known animal viruses, zoonotic viruses, and novel viruses were reported in available literature, demonstrating the capacity of mNGS to identify both known and novel viruses.
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