Data from: Population genetics of fruit bat reservoir informs the dynamics, distribution, and diversity of Nipah virus

Kevin J. Olival, Latinne Alice, Islam Ariful, Epstein H. Jonathan, Hersch Rebecca, Engstrand C. Rachel, Gurley S. Emily, George Amato, Luby P. Stephen & Daszak Peter
The structure and connectivity of wildlife host populations may influence zoonotic disease dynamics, evolution, and therefore spillover risk to people. Fruit bats in the genus Pteropus, or flying foxes, are the primary natural reservoir for henipaviruses - a group of emerging paramyxoviruses that threaten livestock and public health. In Bangladesh, Pteropus medius is the reservoir for Nipah virus - and viral spillover has led to human fatalities nearly every year since 2001. Here we use...
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