Study outlines H7N9 antiviral resistance, testing problems
CIDRAP NEWS, Tuesday 16 July 2013

A new analysis of the H7N9 virus from the first known case in China's ongoing outbreak found that signs of antiviral resistance weren't flagged by regular sensitivity testing, which could prevent detection and allow resistant strains to spread, a research team reported today.

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