H7N9 cases pause; new report details reassortants
CIDRAP NEWS, Thursday 13 February 2014

No new H7N9 infections were reported out of China today, but the flow of new information about the virus continued, with a genetic analysis hinting that reassortants could be one factor fueling the second wave of infections, especially in southern provinces such as Guangdong.

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