How Australian wildlife spread and suppress Ross River virus
The Conversation, January 2019
Cameron Webb, Eloise Stephenson, Emily Johnston Flies
Thousands of Australians contract Ross River virus each year. Mozzies can infect us with their bites, but only after they've bitten an infected animal host.
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