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Spatial epidemiology of networked metapopulation: An overview

bioRxiv

Jun 4, 2014

Lin WANG, Xiang Li

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An emerging disease is one infectious epidemic caused by a newly transmissible pathogen, which has either appeared for the first time or already existed in human populations, having the capacity to increase rapidly in incidence as well as geographic range. Adapting to human immune syste...read more

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SARS2 gene
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Immune System
S protein, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus
Pathogenic Organism
Hypertensive Emergency
Spatial Distribution
SARS
Etiology
SARS2
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Spatial epidemiology of networked metapopulation: An overview

bioRxiv

Jun 4, 2014

Lin WANG, Xiang Li

PMID: 990003889

DOI: 10.1101/003889

Abstract

An emerging disease is one infectious epidemic caused by a newly transmissible pathogen, which has either appeared for the first time or already existed in human populations, having the capacity to increase rapidly in incidence as well as geographic range. Adapting to human immune syste...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

SARS2 gene
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Immune System
S protein, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus
Pathogenic Organism
Hypertensive Emergency
Spatial Distribution
SARS
Etiology
SARS2
1

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