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#Influenza and other #Respiratory #Viruses #Research #References #Library–February 5 2017 Issue


Title: #Influenza and other #Respiratory #Viruses #Research #References #Library–February 5 2017 Issue.

Subject: Human and Animal Influenza viruses, other respiratory pathogens research, weekly references library update.

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This Week’s References:


  1. ZHAI JQ, Zhai SL, Lin T, Liu JK, et al.
  2. MARCHENKO VY, Susloparov IM, Komissarov AB, Fadeev A, et al.
    • Reintroduction of highly pathogenic avian influenza A/H5N8 virus of clade in Russia.
  3. PINI A, Merk H, Carnahan A, Galanis I, et al.
    • High added value of a population-based participatory surveillance system for community acute gastrointestinal, respiratory and influenza-like illnesses in Sweden, 2013-2014 using the web.
  4. MYAING M, Jumat R, Huong T, Tan BH, et al.
    • Truncated forms of the PA protein containing only the C-terminal domains are associated with the RNP complex within H1N1 influenza virus particles.
  5. DE ARMAS LR, Cotugno N, Pallikkuth S, Pan L, et al.
    • Induction of IL21 in Peripheral T Follicular Helper Cells Is an Indicator of Influenza Vaccine Response in a Previously Vaccinated HIV-Infected Pediatric Cohort.
  6. PU J, Sun H, Qu Y, Wang C, et al.
    • M gene reassortment in H9N2 influenza virus promotes early infection and replication: contribution to rising virus prevalence in chickens in China.
  7. YANG W, Punyadarsaniya D, Lambertz RL, Lee DC, et al.
    • Mutations during the adaptation of H9N2 avian influenza virus to the respiratory epithelium of pigs enhance the sialic acid binding activity and the virulence in mice.
  8. ALAN H, Ian B, Nancy C, Ruben O D, et al.
    • Improving the selection and development of influenza vaccine viruses - Report of a WHO informal consultation on improving influenza vaccine virus selection, Hong Kong SAR, China, 18-20 November 2015.
  9. PEETERS B, Reemers S, Dortmans J, de Vries E, et al.
    • Genetic versus antigenic differences among highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza A viruses: Consequences for vaccine strain selection.


Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Influenza References Library.