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Browsing by Subject "A H5N1 VIRUS"

Browsing by Subject "A H5N1 VIRUS"

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  • Kayali G.; Barbour E.; Dbaibo G.; Tabet C.; Saade M.; Shaib H.A.; Debeauchamp J.; Webby R.J. (SAN FRANCISCO185 BERRY ST, STE 1300, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107 USA, 2011)
    Human infections with H5, H7, and H9 avian influenza viruses are well documented. Exposure to poultry is the most important risk factor for humans becoming infected with these viruses. Data on human infection with other ...

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