VIRULENCE EVOLUTION IN EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES

@inproceedings{Andr2005VIRULENCEEI,
  title={VIRULENCE EVOLUTION IN EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES},
  author={J. Andr{\'e} and M. Hochberg},
  booktitle={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Models of virulence evolution generally consider the outcome of competition between resident and mutant parasite strains at or near endemic equilibrium. Less studied is what happens during the initial phases of invasion and adaptation. Understanding initial adaptive dynamics is particularly important in the context of emerging diseases in wildlife and humans, for which rapid and accurate intervention may be of the essence. To address the question of virulence evolution in emerging… Expand
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