Nardus Mollentze
Nardus Mollentze
Postdoc, MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research
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Viral zoonotic risk is homogenous among taxonomic orders of mammalian and avian reservoir hosts
N Mollentze, DG Streicker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (17), 9423-9430, 2020
A Bayesian approach for inferring the dynamics of partially observed endemic infectious diseases from space-time-genetic data
N Mollentze, LH Nel, S Townsend, K le Roux, K Hampson, DT Haydon, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1782), 20133251, 2014
The role of viral evolution in rabies host shifts and emergence
N Mollentze, R Biek, DG Streicker
Current opinion in virology 8, 68-72, 2014
Rabies virus
K Brunker, N Mollentze
Trends in microbiology 26 (10), 886-887, 2018
Dog rabies in southern Africa: regional surveillance and phylogeographical analyses are an important component of control and elimination strategies
N Mollentze, J Weyer, W Markotter, K le Roux, LH Nel
Virus genes 47 (3), 569-573, 2013
Virulence mismatches in index hosts shape the outcomes of cross-species transmission
N Mollentze, DG Streicker, PR Murcia, K Hampson, R Biek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2020
Identifying and prioritizing potential human-infecting viruses from their genome sequences
N Mollentze, S Babayan, D Streicker
bioRxiv, 2020
Characterizing and Evaluating the Zoonotic Potential of Novel Viruses Discovered in Vampire Bats
LM Bergner, N Mollentze, RJ Orton, C Tello, A Broos, R Biek, DG Streicker
Viruses 13 (2), 252, 2021
Zoonotic Risk Technology Enters the Viral Emergence Toolkit
C Carlson, M Farrell, Z Grange, B Han, N Mollentze, A Phelan, ...
Preprints, 2021
Rabies virus emergence in novel hosts: from molecules to landscapes
TB Mollentze
University of Glasgow, 2018
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