Study says H7N9 may have lurked in live-poultry markets
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Thursday 8 August 2013

A phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of influenza A virus H7 and N9 subtypes in wild and domestic birds in East Asia found that the novel H7N9 virus that has caused more than 130 human cases in China this year probably emerged after long, silent circulation in live-poultry markets, according to a study today in Emerging Infectious Diseases.

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