H7N3 in Mexico came from reassortment involving 2 flyways
CIDRAP FLU SCAN, Wednesday 17 September 2014

The highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (AIV) H7N3 strain responsible for major outbreaks on poultry farms in Jalisco, Mexico, during the summer of 2012 and elsewhere since then resulted from complex reassortment of low-pathogenic AIV brought there by birds migrating along two North American flyways, say results of a study published yesterday in PLoS One.

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