Limit for Resurrecting Old Viruses | GenomeWeb

Except for a handful of vials in the US and Russia, the smallpox virus has been eradicated from the globe, writes Leonard Adleman, a professor of computer science and molecular biology at the University of Southern California, in a New York Times op-ed. But, he adds that the virus has found a second host — the computer.

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