09/03/2010

CDC Comments Raise H1N1 D225G/N Surveillance Concerns. --(Recombinomics)

 

....The presence of G158E in both sequences from Japan raises concerns that low reactors are becoming more prevalent.  In the two isolates fromGermany, the only non-synonymous change is G158E.  This change has also been found in two isolates with D225G, one in Italy and one in Russia.  Mill Hill has also designated D225G as a low reactor.  Moreover, the Yamagata isolate also has D225N, which like D225G has been linked tosevere and fatal H1N1 cases......

CDC Comments Raise H1N1 D225G/N Surveillance Concerns

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