24/03/2010

Silent Spread of H1N1 D225G In India. -- (Recombinomics)

 

.....However, a recent report from Norway identified D225G in 11 patients. Eight were fatal and three were severe.  Similarly 27/37 autopsy lung sampls from Ukraine had D225G, D225N, or both.  Like Norway, virtually all samples positive for D225G/N were from fatal cases.....;

.....These data, as well as similar data from other countries raise concerns that D225G/N may be higher in the next wave, since D225G was declared a “low reactor” by Mill Hill.  The many examples of false negatives, like the failure to detect D225G in India, continue to raise concerns.

Silent Spread of H1N1 D225G In India

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