Avian influenza vaccines against H5N1 'bird flu'.

@article{Li2014AvianIV,
  title={Avian influenza vaccines against H5N1 'bird flu'.},
  author={Chengjun Li and Zhigao Bu and Hualan Chen},
  journal={Trends in biotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={
          147-56
        }
}
H5N1 avian influenza viruses (AIVs) have spread widely to more than 60 countries spanning three continents. To control the disease, vaccination of poultry is implemented in many of the affected countries, especially in those where H5N1 viruses have become enzootic in poultry and wild birds. Recently, considerable progress has been made toward the development of novel avian influenza (AI) vaccines, especially recombinant virus vector vaccines and DNA vaccines. Here, we will discuss the recent… CONTINUE READING

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