Scientists create hybrid flu that can go airborne
Nature News, Thursday 2 May 2013

As the world is transfixed by a new H7N9 bird flu virus spreading through China, a study reminds us that a different avian influenza -- H5N1 -- still poses a pandemic threat. A team of scientists in China has created hybrid viruses by mixing genes from H5N1 and the H1N1 strain behind the 2009 swine flu pandemic, and showed that some of the hybrids can spread through the air between guinea pigs.

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