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Description The human gut appears to harbour infectious strains of the pepper mild mottle virus (seen infecting peppers, above), suggesting that humans may serve as vector for certain plant viruses.
Date Published: December 20, 2005
Source Thriving Community of Pathogenic Plant Viruses Found in the Human Gut. PLoS Biology Vol. 4/1/2006, e15
Author Image: UF/IFAS Pest Alert Web site/Pamela Roberts
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