Invertebrates were carriers of unknown viruses, including deadly.
Australian scientists have found 1445 invertebrates previously unknown viruses, including deadly.
According to the researchers, these viruses over billions of years, existed in close biological symbiosis with invertebrates. In the study, researchers examined the transcripts of 220 different invertebrate organisms and found in their bodies 1445 unknown viruses whose genetic information is contained in RNA.
However, the researchers emphasize that the transmission of viruses from invertebrates to man is very difficult.
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