The global circulation of seasonal influenza A (H3N2) viruses.

@article{Russell2008TheGC,
  title={The global circulation of seasonal influenza A (H3N2) viruses.},
  author={Colin A. Russell and Terry C. Jones and Ian G. Barr and Nancy J. Cox and Rebecca Garten and Vicky Gregory and Ian David Gust and Alan W. Hampson and Alan J. Hay and Aeron C. Hurt and Jan C de Jong and Anne Kelso and Alexander I. Klimov and Tsutomu Kageyama and Naomi Komadina and Alan S. Lapedes and Yi Pei Lin and Ana Moster{\'i}n and Masatsugu Obuchi and Takato Odagiri and Albert D. M. E. Osterhaus and G F Rimmelzwaan and Michael W. Shaw and Eugene Skepner and Klaus Stohr and Masato Tashiro and Ron A. M. Fouchier and Derek J. Smith},
  journal={Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={320 5874},
  pages={340-6}
}
Antigenic and genetic analysis of the hemagglutinin of approximately 13,000 human influenza A (H3N2) viruses from six continents during 2002-2007 revealed that there was continuous circulation in east and Southeast Asia (E-SE Asia) via a region-wide network of temporally overlapping epidemics and that epidemics in the temperate regions were seeded from this network each year. Seed strains generally first reached Oceania, North America, and Europe, and later South America. This evidence suggests… CONTINUE READING
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