Avian H7N9 strains replicate better in pigs than do human strains
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Monday 17 February 2014

In a study in pigs, avian-origin H7N9 influenza viruses were found to replicate well, but human H7N9 viruses replicated poorly after three passages, Chinese researchers reported in Virology.

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