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Build international biorepository capacity


COLELLA Jocelyn P. AGWANDA Bernard Risky ANWARALI KHAN Faisal Ali BATES John CARRIÓN BONILLA Carlos A. DE LA SANCHA Noé U. DUNNUM Jonathan L. FERGUSON Adam W. GREIMAN Stephen E. KISWELE Prince Kaleme LESSA Enrique P. SOLTIS Pamela THOMPSON Cody W. VANHOVE Maarten Pieterjan WEBALA Paul W. WEKSLER Marcelo COOK Joseph A.

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Science
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Keywords zoonotic research;
Description In their Perspective “Rigorous wildlife disease surveillance” (10 July, p. 145), M. Watsa et al. underscore the value of One Health approaches to stimulate integration across currently siloed efforts in zoonotic research and mitigation. To achieve comprehensive decentralized pathogen surveillance, there is an urgent need to develop environmental and biodiversity infrastructure in biodiverse countries experiencing high rates of habitat conversion, wildlife trafficking, and human-wildlife interactions.

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