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31 10 2019Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover Dovih P(1)(2) Laing ED(3) Chen Y(4) Low DHW(4)(5) Ansil BR(1)(6) Yang X(7) Shi Z(7) Broder CC(3) Smith GJD(4) Linster M(4) Ramakrishnan U(1) Mendenhall IH(4) Author information: (1)National Centre for Biological Sciences Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Bangalore India (2)Sastra

Filovirus

Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover Title: Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover Publication Type : Journal Article: Year of Publication: 2019: Authors: Dovih P Laing ED Chen Y Low

On the edge: Bats in northeast India

A basket of bats that have been killed and will be distributed to the community Image Credits - Dr Zavei Heise The blood sera samples of bats and humans were analysed to find antibodies that are reactive to filoviruses which indicate previous exposure to these viruses The study found that five human samples and five bat samples had

NCBS Press Statement: 3rd February 2020

This study was published in Oct 2019 in a paper entitled "Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover" It appeared in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases a highly regarded peer reviewed open-access journal whose articles are available without any subscription fee to all readers

Evidence of cross

Evidence of cross-species filovirus transmission from bats to humans Antibodies against viruses from the same family as Ebola and Marburg have been detected in fruit bats and the human community hunting them indicating cross-species virus transmission has occurred in the past warns a global team of infectious disease scientists Virus spillover – the transmission of viruses from one

Zoonotic Archives

Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover By James Sweeney | 2019-11-03T13:04:34+00:00 November 3rd 2019 | Abstract Bats are reservoirs for several zoonotic pathogens including filoviruses Recent work highlights the diversity of bat borne filoviruses in Asia High risk activities at the bat-human interface pose the threat of zoonotic virus

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

NCBS Press Statement on 3rd February 2020

This study was published in Oct 2019 in a paper entitled "Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover" It appeared in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases a highly regarded peer reviewed open-access journal whose articles are available without any subscription fee to all readers

Study on bats and bat

The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

Spillover: Bats bat hunters in Nagaland

Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (10) Banner image : Tropical areas where hunted wildlife often supplements the locals' meager diets – such as in Africa South and Southeast Asia – are hotspots for pathogen spillovers

Bats in Northeast India carry filoviruses that can infect

Researchers have proposed that bats are the natural reservoir of filoviruses including highly fatal Ebola and Marbug viruses Now researchers report in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases that in Northeast India bats as well as humans who work in close proximity to bats carry antibodies that recognize several filoviruses

Study on bats bat

The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

Study finds cross

Study finds cross-species filovirus transmission from bats to humans Download PDF Copy Reviewed by Kate Anderton B Sc (Editor) Nov 1 2019 Infectious diseases spilling over from wildlife are not new - as of 2008 approximately 70 per cent of all known emerging diseases are thought to have originated from wild animals In the last 50 years several viruses such as the Ebola Marburg

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India impiy Zoonotic spiiiover' published in PLOS Negiected Tropicai Diseases states the researchers found the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of Ebola

Bats in Northeast India carry filoviruses that can infect

Researchers have proposed that bats are the natural reservoir of filoviruses including highly fatal Ebola and Marbug viruses Now researchers report in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases that in Northeast India bats as well as humans who work in close proximity to bats carry antibodies that recognize several filoviruses Filoviruses have been previously detected in bats which have caused

Filovirus

Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases ( IF 4 487) Pub Date : 2019-10-31 DOI: 10 1371/journal pntd 0007733 Pilot Dovih Eric D Laing Yihui Chen Dolyce H W Low B R Ansil Xinglou Yang Zhengli Shi Christopher C Broder Gavin J D Smith Martin Linster Uma Ramakrishnan Ian H Mendenhall

Foreign study on bats in Nagaland to be probed

The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

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The study 'Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply Zoonotic spillover' published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases states the researchers found "the presence of filovirus (e g ebolavirus marburgvirus and dianlovirus) reactive antibodies in both human (e g bat hunters) and bat populations in Northeast India a region with no historical record of

Evidence of cross

In this study two species of bats as well as humans engaged in hunting these bats were found to have Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases DOI: 10 1371/journal pntd 0007733 About National Centre of Biological Sciences The National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) is a premier centre for cutting

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