In New Scientist, 26 Nov. 2016 In Hebrew, there is a fitting colloquial expression: para para (in direct translation: cow cow) meaning to take one step at a time. (The origin of this phrase is unclear). As the entire article is problematic, it will be interesting to take each clause para para: ” It’s here, just in… Continue reading I spy… H5N8 x2 = ?
In Microbiology Today 43:4 November 2016 This diarrhoea-causing virus occurs between ruminant animal hosts like sheep and cows via biting midges: Without these midges, BTV can’t spread from animal to animal. Apparently, there is a new strand that may be transmitted via direct contact. (And clearly, in factory farming, there’s lots of that). Clinical… Continue reading I spy… A spotlight on Bluetongue virus?