H7N9 gene tree study yields new clues on mixing, timing
CIDRAP NEWS, Thursday 2 May 2013

The most detailed genetic analysis so far of H7N9 viruses that have infected humans in China shed more light on how the virus may have emerged--a complex set of events that could have involved mixing between wild and domestic ducks and reassortment in poultry.

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