Modeling tool finds H7N9 transmission low, slowed by market closures
CIDRAP FLU SCAN, Wednesday 2 October 2013

Researchers who used a sophisticated modeling approach incorporating H7N9 case data from China found hints that the virus has low transmission potential and that the pace of infection slowed in April after officials closed live-bird markets. The study, published in BMC Medicine today, was conducted by a team from the National Institutes of Health, Arizona State University, and George Washington University.



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