Data from: An eco-epidemiological study of Morbilli-related paramyxovirus infection in Madagascar bats reveals host-switching as the dominant macro-evolutionary mechanism

Mélade J, Wieseke N, Ramasindrazana B, Flores O, Lagadec E, Gomard Y, Goodman SM, Dellagi K, Pascalis H

Date Published: April 18, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.06g12

 

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Title Database Malagasy bats
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Description Description of bats collected in Madagascar
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Mélade J, Wieseke N, Ramasindrazana B, Flores O, Lagadec E, Gomard Y, Goodman SM, Dellagi K, Pascalis H (2016) An eco-epidemiological study of Morbilli-related paramyxovirus infection in Madagascar bats reveals host-switching as the dominant macro-evolutionary mechanism. Scientific Reports 6: 23752. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep23752

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Mélade J, Wieseke N, Ramasindrazana B, Flores O, Lagadec E, Gomard Y, Goodman SM, Dellagi K, Pascalis H (2016) Data from: An eco-epidemiological study of Morbilli-related paramyxovirus infection in Madagascar bats reveals host-switching as the dominant macro-evolutionary mechanism. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.06g12
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