H5N1 Hybrid Viruses Bearing 2009/H1N1 Virus Genes Transmit in Guinea Pigs by Respiratory Droplet

@article{Zhang2013H5N1HV,
  title={H5N1 Hybrid Viruses Bearing 2009/H1N1 Virus Genes Transmit in Guinea Pigs by Respiratory Droplet},
  author={Ying Zhang and Qianyi Zhang and Huihui Kong and Yongping Jiang and Yu-wei Gao and G. Deng and Jianzhong Shi and G. Tian and Liling Liu and Jinxiong Liu and Y. Guan and Z. Bu and H. Chen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={340},
  pages={1459 - 1463}
}
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