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    Pathogen Spillover in Disease Epidemics.

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    Potential for Ebola Transmission between Gorilla and Chimpanzee Social Groups.

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    Decreased Overall Virulence in Coinfected Hosts Leads to the Persistence of Virulent Parasites.

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    The Allee Effect and Infectious Diseases: Extinction, Multistability, and the (Dis‐)Appearance of Oscillations.

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    Long‐Distance Dispersal and Accelerating Waves of Disease: Empirical Relationships.

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    Home Range and Parasite Diversity in Mammals.

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    Infectious Dose Affects the Outcome of the Within‐Host Competition between Parasites.

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    Allee Effects May Slow the Spread of Parasites in a Coastal Marine Ecosystem.

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    Infection Genetics and the Likelihood of Host Shifts in Coevolving Host-Parasite Interactions.

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    Epidemiological Feedbacks Affect Evolutionary Emergence of Pathogens.

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    Disease Epidemiology in Arthropods Is Altered by the Presence of Nonprotective Symbionts.

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    Bioeconomics of a Marine Disease

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    Host Genotype and Coinfection Modify the Relationship of within and between Host Transmission

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    Interspecific Contact and Competition May Affect the Strength and Direction of Disease-Diversity Relationships for Directly Transmitted Microparasites

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    Metapopulation Structure Predicts Population Dynamics in the Cakile maritimaAlternaria brassicicola Host-Pathogen Interaction