Statement in support of the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19

@article{Calisher2020StatementIS,
  title={Statement in support of the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19},
  author={CharlesH. Calisher and Dennis Carroll and Rita R. Colwell and Ronald B Corley and Peter Daszak and Christian Drosten and Luis Enjuanes and Jeremy J. Farrar and Hume Ernest Field and Josie Golding and Alexander E. Gorbalenya and Bart L. Haagmans and James M. Hughes and William B. Karesh and Gerald T Keusch and Sai Kit Lam and Juan Lubroth and John S. Mackenzie and Larry Madoff and Jonna A. K. Mazet and Peter Palese and Stanley Perlman and Leo L. M. Poon and Bernard Roizman and Linda Saif and Kanta Subbarao and Michael Turner},
  journal={Lancet (London, England)},
  year={2020},
  volume={395},
  pages={e42 - e43}
}
Author(s): Calisher, Charles; Carroll, Dennis; Colwell, Rita; Corley, Ronald B; Daszak, Peter; Drosten, Christian; Enjuanes, Luis; Farrar, Jeremy; Field, Hume; Golding, Josie; Gorbalenya, Alexander; Haagmans, Bart; Hughes, James M; Karesh, William B; Keusch, Gerald T; Lam, Sai Kit; Lubroth, Juan; Mackenzie, John S; Madoff, Larry; Mazet, Jonna; Palese, Peter; Perlman, Stanley; Poon, Leo; Roizman, Bernard; Saif, Linda; Subbarao, Kanta; Turner, Mike 
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