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[Set You Free News] The Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries said the birds at a poultry farm in South Chungcheong Province were found to have been infected with the low pathogenic H9N2 strain of the avian influenza virus that .
[Agricultural Science Paper] Prokaryotic and Eucaryotic Expression of H9N2 Avian Influenza ...: Meanwhile, because of its antigenicity and conservatism NS1 protein has very important uses in some fields such as differential diagnosis between vaccine immune and natural infection, epidemic survey and forecast of influenza. Therefore, The study used molecular biology methods to express NS1 gene in the prokaryotic and eucaryotic expression systems, which provided base materials to research the function of NS1 gene.
[Virology Journal - Latest Articles] Genetic evolution of low pathogenecity H9N2 Avian influenza ...: The Hemagglutinin cleavage site motif sequence is 333 PARSSR*GLF341 which indicates the low pathogenicity nature of the Tunisian H9N2 strains and the potential to acquire the basic amino acids required for the highly pathogenic strains. Their neuraminidase protein (NA) carried substitutions in the hemadsorption (HB) site, similar to those of other avian H9N2 viruses from Asia, Middle Eastern and human pandemic H2N2 and H3N2 that bind to Î± -2, 6 -linked receptors.
[Agricultural Science Paper] Molecular Evolution and Pathogenicity to Babl/c Rats of Six Strains ...: There are important significance to explore the genetic mutations of the hemagglutinin gene and the neuraminidase gene and the regularity of molecular epidemiology of H9 subtype avian influenza for prevention and curing the Avian influenza. In order to explore the genetic mutations of the hemagglutinin gene and the neuraminidase gene and the law of molecular epidemiology of H9 subtype avian influenza in China, Six influenza viruses were isolated from broilers in different parts of Shandong province in 2009,and explored their virulence, immune reference and the genetic mutations.
[Tumor Research Center] Study on the New Preparations of Hypericin Against H9N2 and ...: The results showed that AIV was detected in Amantadine group and positive control group from the 1st day to the 10th day, but AIV was not detected in the new preparations of hypericin groups during the course of test.Second, to certify the inhibiting activity of the new preparations of hypericin to H5N1 subtype AIV, the same disposal of chickens, dosage regimen and testifying method were adopted .In addition to, the microscopic and ultramicroscopic structure of heart, liver, lung, spleen were observed by pathological histology and electron microscopy.
[Basic Science Paper] Studies on the Biological Characteristics of AIV H9N2 Subtype from ...: We collected samples, a H9N2 subtype avian influenza virus has been isolated and identified, designated as A/Duck/Fujian/FQ107/2007 ï¼H9N2ï¼ ï¼Dk/FQ107/07 for shortï¼. In order to comprehended and master the biological characteristics and the rules of homology and heredity evolution of H9N2 subtype avian influenza virus in ducks, the pathogenic, antigenic drifted and the rules of molecular genetic of the Dk/FQ107/07 strain were studied in the experiment, the theoretical and the experimental basis for prevention of H9N2 subtype avian influenza.The 50% embryo infective dose (EID50), mean dead time ï¼MDTï¼ and intravenous pathogenicity index ï¼IVPIï¼ have been conducted in order to demonstrate the pathogenicity of Dk/FQ107/07 strain.
[llevtecephomesi's Space] interferon as a treatment for influenza - llevtecephomesi's Space: Patent application title: Method and Use of Interferon Compositions For the Treatment of Avian Influenza Inventors: Karen Jervis (Midlothian, GB) Paula Barnard (Midlothian, GB). In mice recovering from influenza virus infection, the titre of IFN is .
[Virology Journal - Latest Articles] Differential replication of avian influenza H9N2 ... - Virology Journal: Using a human alveolar epithelial cell line A549 as host, we found that A/Quail/Hong Kong/G1/97 (H9N2/G1), which shares 6 viral "internal genes" with the lethal A/Hong Kong/156/97 (H5N1/97) virus, replicates efficiently whereas other H9N2 viruses, A/Duck/Hong Kong/Y280/97 (H9N2/Y280) and A/Chicken/Hong Kong/G9/97 (H9N2/G9), replicate poorly. Interestingly, we found that there is a difference in the translation of viral protein but not in the infectivity or transcription of viral genes of these H9N2 viruses in the infected cells.
[Bird Flu Monitor] Bird Flu Monitor: Bangladesh To Share H9N2 Bird Flu Virus - Avian ...: Details Emerge of Low-Path Bird Flu Outbreak: US - The H7N9 subtype of the flu virus has been identified as the cause of the recent outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) in turkeys in Minnesota, and it coincided with a period ....
[DNALC Blogs] Catching the Flu: Between Complacency and Fear: Candidates for such viruses are mostly avian viruses, most prominently the highly pathogenic H5N1 virus or “bird flu” (first isolated in Hong Kong in 1997) but also H9N2 and H7N7 viruses that infect humans sporadically. This scenario of avian viruses jumping into humans caused the pandemics of 1918, 1957 and 1968 (see Box 1) and can be imagined quite realistically in the recent movie, Contagion.
[Bird Flu Monitor] Bird Flu Monitor: Study examining new vaccine for avian flu ...: They conclude, "The results clearly indicate that H9N2 avian influenza viruses and pH1N1 viruses, both of which have occasionally infected pigs, have the potential to reassort and generate novel viruses with respiratory transmission potential in mammals. Swine Flu Hoax Pt 2 H1N1 - Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Blog: Valuable information for everyone, particularly those in the danger zone, between ages five to sixty, for the H1N1 virus.
[WN.com - Photown News] Deadly bird flu studies to stay secret for now: WHO - Worldnews.com: Health experts are concerned that the coexistence of human flu viruses and avian flu viruses (especially H5N1) will provide an opportunity for genetic material to be exchanged between species-specific viruses, possibly creating a new virulent influenza strain that is easily transmissible and lethal to humans. The mortality rate for humans with H5N1 is 60%.