Published in Genomics and Genetics Weekly, August 11th, 2006
According to recent research from France, "The genetic variability of influenza virus is usually studied with sequences selected over numerous years and countries, and rarely within a single season. Here we examined the viral evolution and the correlation between genetic and clinical features during an epidemic."
"From a French prospective household-based study in 1999-2000, 99 infected patients were randomly selected. The HA1 genomic domain was sequenced. Phylogenetic analysis showed the existence of two groups of A/H3N2...
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