South Korean researchers find H3N2v in pigs
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Friday 30 August 2013

South Korean researchers reported today that they have isolated variant H3N2 influenza (H3N2v) viruses in pigs outside of North America for the first time, and they also isolated novel reassortant swine H3N1 viruses that have 2009 pandemic H1N1 (pH1N1)-derived genes.

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