Evolution of H5N1 Avian Influenza Viruses in Asia

@inproceedings{Aubin2005EvolutionOH,
  title={Evolution of H5N1 Avian Influenza Viruses in Asia},
  author={Jean Thierry Aubin and Saliha Az{\'e}bi and Amanda L. Balish and Jill Banks and Niranjan Bhat and Rick A. Bright and Ian L. Brown and Philippe Buchy and Ana Maria Burgui{\`e}re and Hua Chen and Peter K.C. Cheng and Nancy J. Cox and Alice Crosier and Aaron T. Curns and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rique Cuvelier and Guohua Deng and Julia A Desheva and St{\'e}phanie Desvaux and Nguyen Thi Hong Diep and Ruben O. Donis and Alan Wilmot Douglas and Scott F Dowell and Nguyen Tien Dung and Lindsay E. Edwards and Keiji Fukuda and Rebecca Garten and Elena A Govorkova and V Royzenson Gregory and Alan W. Hampson and Nguyễn Thị Hồng Hạnh and Scott A. Harper and Alan J. Hay and Erich Hoffmann and Diane J Hulse and Munemaro Imai and Shigeyuki Itamura and Samadhan J. Jadhao and Patricia Jeannin and Chun Kang and Jackie Katz and Jae-hong Kim and Alexander Klimov and Yong Kuk Kwon and Chang-won Lee and Phuong Song Lien and Yanbing Li and Wilina W L Lim and Yi Pu Lin and Stephen Lindstom and Lamorris M. Loftin and Jan E Mabry and Le Thi Quynh Mai and Taronna R. Maines and Jean Claude Manuguerra and Masaji Mase and Yumi Matsuoka and Margaret McCarron and Marie-jo Medina and Doan Nguyen and Ai Ninomiya and Masatsugu Obuchi and Takato Odagiri and M. D. P. Peiris and Michael L. Perdue and Jean Marc Reynes and James Robertson and Christophe Rousseaux and Takehiko Saito and Somchai Sangkitporn and Michael W. Shaw and James Mark Simmerman and Magdalena Slomka and Clifford Charles Smith and San Sorn and Erica Spackman and Klaus St{\"o}hr and David L Suarez and Haan Woo Sung and David Swayne and Maryse Tardy-Panit and Masato Tashiro and Pranee Thawatsupha and Terrence M. Tumpey and Timothy M. Uyeki and Phan Văn Từ and Sylvie van der Werf and Sirenda Vong and Richard Webby and Robert James Webster and John Seymour Wood and Xiyan Xu and Guo Yi and Wenging Zhang},
  booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases},
  year={2005}
}
An outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N1) has recently spread to poultry in 9 Asian countries. H5N1 infections have caused > or =52 human deaths in Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia from January 2004 to April 2005. Genomic analyses of H5N1 isolates from birds and humans showed 2 distinct clades with a nonoverlapping geographic distribution. All the viral genes were of avian influenza origin, which indicates absence of reassortment with human influenza viruses. All human H5N1… CONTINUE READING

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