Lorraine Traynor

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In 2003, infection with low pathogenic avian influenza A (H7N2) virus was identified in an immunocompromised man with fever and community-acquired pneumonia in New York, USA. The patient recovered. Although the source of the virus was not identified, this case indicates the usefulness of virus culture for detecting novel influenza A viruses.
In 2003, infection with low pathogenic avian infl uenza A (H7N2) virus was identifi ed in an immunocompromised man with fever and community-acquired pneumonia in New York, USA. The patient recovered. Although the source of the virus was not identifi ed, this case indicates the usefulness of virus culture for detecting novel infl uenza A viruses. L imited(More)
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