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The Bunyaviridae Concluding Remarks and Future Prospects

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The Bunyaviridae

Part of the book series: The Viruses ((VIRS))

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The preceding chapters of this volume have given detailed information on the biology and molecular characteristics of viruses representing the five genera in the family Bunyaviridae. In this final chapter I will briefly review comparative data on the family, discuss some aspects of the evolution of the Bunyaviridae, and suggest new approaches for future studies on these viruses.

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