Published in Virus Weekly, April 5th, 2005
"Then we use the distribution rank, which is developed by us over last several years, to quantify the mutations from amino acid sequences of 134 hemagglutinins and 97 neuraminidases."
"With the help of Bayesian equation," said G. Wu and colleagues at DreamSciTech Consulting Co. Ltd, Shenzhen, "we calculate the probability of occurring of mutation in H5, H6, and H9 hemagglutinins, and N1 and N2...
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