Recent changes among human influenza viruses.

@article{Lin2004RecentCA,
  title={Recent changes among human influenza viruses.},
  author={Yi Pu Lin and Vicki L. Gregory and Malcolm Bennett and A. -E. Hay},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={2004},
  volume={103 1-2},
  pages={47-52}
}
Recurrent epidemics of influenza are due to the frequent emergence of antigenic variants. With co-circulation of two influenza A subtypes and two antigenically distinct lineages of B viruses, genetic reassortment also has an important role in antigenic drift, as illustrated by recent changes in both A and B viruses. The H1N2 subtype viruses, which emerged during 2001, possessed a H1 HA similar to those of contemporary A/New Caledonia/20/99 (H1N1)-like viruses and seven genes closely related to… CONTINUE READING

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