Researchers say H5N1 viruses in Egypt may pose special pandemic risk
CIDRAP FLU NEWS SCAN, Monday 19 November 2012

Most H5N1 avian influenza viruses in Egypt have two mutations that may make them more transmissible in mammals, thus posing a greater threat of sparking a human pandemic than H5N1 viruses elsewhere, according to experts whose research on H5N1 transmissibility sparked a major controversy in the past year.

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