Nature article: China coronavirus: how many papers have been published?

31 January, 2020

Dear Neil & colleagues,

Researchers and others who are following developments relating to the current coronavirus outbreak may be interested in this short article in Nature by Emma Stoye:

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-00253-8?utm_source=fbk_nnc&ut...

A quote from the article: "More than 50 research papers have been published on the new Chinese coronavirus in the past 20 days, as scientists rush to understand the pathogen and how it spreads."

Best wishes

Julie

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