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Barcoding influenza virus to decode transmission

Cell Host & Microbe

Dec 20, 2014

Gang Wu, Richard J Webby

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How much population diversity is transmitted during influenza virus infection? In this issue of Cell Host & Microbe, Varble et al. (2014) report a method of tagging influenza viruses with a unique genetic "barcode" that allows them to be traced through transmission and growth chains, pr...read more

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Barcoding influenza virus to decode transmission

Cell Host & Microbe

Dec 20, 2014

Gang Wu, Richard J Webby

PMID: 25525788

DOI: 10.1016/j.chom.2014.10.016

Abstract

How much population diversity is transmitted during influenza virus infection? In this issue of Cell Host & Microbe, Varble et al. (2014) report a method of tagging influenza viruses with a unique genetic "barcode" that allows them to be traced through transmission and growth chains, pr...read more

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