Genetic evidence of influenza found in bats

02/27/2012 | · HealthDay News

CDC researchers have isolated genetic material from a new influenza virus found in bats in Guatemala, marking the first documented time influenza has been observed in the species. Scientists are conducting tests to determine how easily the virus can spread among bats and whether it can be transmitted to people.

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