H7N9 study in human airway tissues adds to pandemic concerns
CIDRAP NEWS, Thursday 25 July 2013

Lab tests exploring the new H7N9 influenza virus causing cases in China show that it easily infects human lung tissues and cells, another sign of its pandemic potential, a Hong Kong research team reported today.

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