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Paul Orwin

Yay! I had this discussion with some nematologists when I was on sabbatical, and I literally couldn't believe that anyone thought nematodes couldn't get viruses. We all more or less agreed that it was just that no one had found any yet, and I wondered why. I thought maybe it was too hard, but from this description, it sounds like that wasn't really the case (of course it might have been technically quite hard, but conceptually not so much). Kudos to Dr. Felix and her colleagues! Of course, I wish I had been smart and dedicated enough to do things like this rather than just talk about it over lunch...

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