Viruses play critical role in evolution and survival of the species

(Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center) New research in Nature Structural&Molecular Biology shows viruses also play a key evolutionary role in mammals' ability to reproduce and survive, according to scientists in the Cincinnati Children's Perinatal Institute and at Azabu University in Japan.
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