Phylodynamics and Human-Mediated Dispersal of a Zoonotic Virus

@inproceedings{Talbi2010PhylodynamicsAH,
  title={Phylodynamics and Human-Mediated Dispersal of a Zoonotic Virus},
  author={Chiraz Talbi and Philippe Lemey and Marc A. Suchard and Elbia Abdelatif and Mehdi Elharrak and Nourlil Jalal and Abdellah Faouzi and Juan E Echevarr{\'i}a and Sonia Vazquez Mor{\'o}n and Andrew Rambaut and Nicholas Campiz and Andrew J. Tatem and Edward C. Holmes and Herv{\'e} Bourhy},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2010}
}
Understanding the role of humans in the dispersal of predominantly animal pathogens is essential for their control. We used newly developed Bayesian phylogeographic methods to unravel the dynamics and determinants of the spread of dog rabies virus (RABV) in North Africa. Each of the countries studied exhibited largely disconnected spatial dynamics with major geopolitical boundaries acting as barriers to gene flow. Road distances proved to be better predictors of the movement of dog RABV than… CONTINUE READING
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