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High-resolution genomic surveillance of 2014 ebolavirus using shared subclonal variants

bioRxiv

Dec 29, 2014

Kevin J EmmettRaul Rabadan

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Viral outbreaks, such as the 2014 ebolavirus, can spread rapidly and have complex evolutionary dynamics, including coinfection and bulk transmission of multiple viral populations. Genomic surveillance can be hindered when the spread of the outbreak exceeds the evolutionary rate, in whic...read more

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  • High-resolution genomic surveillance of 2014 ebolavirus using shared subclonal variants

    bioRxiv

    Dec 29, 2014

    Kevin J EmmettRaul Rabadan

    PMID: 990013318

    DOI: 10.1101/013318

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    Viral outbreaks, such as the 2014 ebolavirus, can spread rapidly and have complex evolutionary dynamics, including coinfection and bulk transmission of multiple viral populations. Genomic surveillance can be hindered when the spread of the outbreak exceeds the evolutionary rate, in whic...read more

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