D225G D225N G158E Pseudospecies in Fatal Japan pH1N1 Case. -- (Recombinomics).
.....However, in the WHO paper on D225G, the absence of D225G in some direct sequences was used to confuse the D225G situation. Moreover the CDC stated that they had found D225G in only 7 or 8 patients, when they had published D225G sequence from more than 15 patients, suggesting they were discounting samples with D225G in favor of those with wild type. Neither the CDC nor WHO has acknowledged the presence or transmission of D225G or D225N in the Duke death cluster, or any other clusters..These denials, and the selective release of sequences from patients infected with HA contain D225G and/or D225N continues to be hazardous to the world’s health.