Human Pathogenic Viruses in the Marine Environment


Indigenous marine virus strains outnumber any form of life in the sea, usually occurring in billion amounts per liter (Danovaro et al., 2001; Fuhrman, 1999). However, although transspecific propagation of viruses may take place, the virus–host relationship tends to be quite constrained, and consequently human viruses are the only viral agents of public… (More)


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