Receptor binding by H10 influenza viruses

@article{Vachieri2014ReceptorBB,
  title={Receptor binding by H10 influenza viruses},
  author={Sebastien G. Vachieri and Xiaoli Xiong and Patrick J. Collins and Philip A. Walker and Stephen R. Martin and Lesley F. Haire and Ying Zhang and John W. McCauley and Steven J. Gamblin and John J. Skehel},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={511},
  pages={475-477}
}
H10N8 follows H7N9 and H5N1 as the latest in a line of avian influenza viruses that cause serious disease in humans and have become a threat to public health. Since December 2013, three human cases of H10N8 infection have been reported, two of whom are known to have died. To gather evidence relating to the epidemic potential of H10 we have determined the structure of the haemagglutinin of a previously isolated avian H10 virus and we present here results relating especially to its receptor… CONTINUE READING
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