Pandemic H1N1 Genes Boost H9 Virulence and Transmission in Pigs
CIDRAP NEWS, Friday 10 August 2012

In the latest research study exploring the pandemic potential of H9 avian flu viruses, US and Chinese investigators tested H9 reassortants containing genes from the 2009 H1N1 virus (pH1N1) in pigs and chickens and found that the combination enhanced replication and transmissibility in pigs

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