Study links evolution to increased risk of rabies infection in bats

08/6/2010 | LiveScience.com

U.S. researchers studying rabies transmission in bats found that while the animals do have to come in contact for infection to happen, close evolutionary ties increased their susceptibility to contract the virus. The study "emphasizes how ecology and evolution are relevant for human health and for animal health," one expert said.

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