Study finds signs of ongoing H7N9 changes
CIDRAP FLU SCAN, Thursday 15 May 2014

A genetic analysis of avian influenza strains in China's Guangdong province--including its first human case--during the first wave of H7N9 activity suggests that the virus picked up internal genes from H9N2 viruses in local poultry, creating a new reassortant and showing that H7N9 can change quickly.

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