A virus or more in (nearly) every cell: ubiquitous networks of virus–host interactions in extreme environments

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The application of viral and cellular metagenomics to natural environments has expanded our understanding of the structure, functioning, and diversity of microbial and viral communities. The high diversity of many communities, e.g., soils, surface ocean waters, and animal-associated microbiomes, make it difficult to establish virus-host associations at the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41396-018-0071-7

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