How Measles Virus Spreads (in Its Host)

Friday, June 20, 2008 - 19:35 in Biology & Nature

Measles, one of the most common contagious diseases, has been thought to enter the body through the surface of airways and lungs, like many other major viruses. Now, scientists say that's not the case, and some medical texts will have to be revised.

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