New H7N9 studies yield pathogenicity clues
CIDRAP NEWS, Wednesday 3 July 2013

The new H7N9 virus linked to China's recent outbreak is well equipped to bind to both avian and human receptors, invade the human lower respiratory tract, and replicate efficiently, a Chinese research team found after putting the virus though its paces in a host of laboratory tests.

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