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Open access to coronavirus records

Relevant research on the disease is being made available as more reported cases of the virus emerge.

The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI) has made 17,000 relevant records on coronavirus from its global health database and CAB abstracts free for anyone to access for three months.

The coronavirus content including research on epidemiology, prevention, and control of SARS and MERS, and research on animal coronaviruses, has been made open access as a way of contributing to the response to the outbreak.

To gain the access visit www.cabdirect.org/globalhealth, go to ‘login’ and follow the registration instructions and copy and paste voucher code CV23359XB80 into ‘redeem a voucher’ section.

USask faculty, staff and students have ongoing access to all CABI resources through the University Library’s subscription.

 

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