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  • Network analysis of host-virus communities in bats and rodents reveals determinants of cross-species transmission #MMPMID26299267
  • Luis AD; O'Shea TJ; Hayman DTS; Wood JLN; Cunningham AA; Gilbert AT; Mills JN; Webb CT
  • Ecol Lett 2015[Nov]; 18 (11): 1153-1162 PMID26299267show ga
  • Bats are natural reservoirs of several important emerging viruses. Cross-species transmission appears to be quite common among bats, which may contribute to their unique reservoir potential. Therefore, understanding the importance of bats as reservoirs requires examining them in a community context rather than concentrating on individual species. Here, we use a network approach to identify ecological and biological correlates of cross-species virus transmission in bats and rodents, another important host group. We show that given our current knowledge the bat viral sharing network is more connected than the rodent network, suggesting viruses may pass more easily between bat species. We identify host traits associated with important reservoir species: gregarious bats are more likely to share more viruses and bats which migrate regionally are important for spreading viruses through the network. We identify multiple communities of viral sharing within bats and rodents and highlight potential species traits that can help guide studies of novel pathogen emergence.
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    1153 11.18 2015