Study notes H5N1 tweaks that boost airborne spread

Robert Roos | News Editor | CIDRAP NewsApr 14, 2014Dutch researchers involved in controversial "dual use" research 2 years ago say they've identified five mutations that make H5N1 capable of airborne transmission in ferrets, which has some experts ques...
Apr 14, 2014

Dutch researchers involved in controversial “dual use” research 2 years ago say they’ve identified five mutations that make H5N1 capable of airborne transmission in ferrets, which has some experts questioning the wisdom of such experiments.

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