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Connor joins the TWiV team to discuss bats as hosts for major mammalian paramyxoviruses.
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First, for Alan, there is plenty of work being done in Yeast that is not development, from cell biology, biochemistry, cell cycle research, drug discovery, biofilm formation, etc.
And secondly, nice tag line at the end Connor!
Thanks Matt 🙂