RESEARCHERS from the University of Sydney in Australia have painted the most detailed picture to date of major infectious diseases shared between wildlife and livestock and found a huge gap in knowledge about diseases that could spread to people.
Published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the world-first study has found that just 10 diseases account for around 50% of all published knowledge on diseases at the wildlife/live
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