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Novel H5N9 virus described as hybrid of H5N1, H7N9
« on: July 01, 2015, 08:53:56 AM »
Avian Flu Scan for Jun 22, 2015









Novel H5N9 virus in chickens;
H5N1 in China, Israel




Novel H5N9 virus described as hybrid of H5N1, H7N9Chinese researchers who analyzed influenza viruses from poultry in live-bird markets say they have discovered a novel H5N9 virus that represents a hybrid of the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian flu virus and a human H7N9 virus, along with other elements.[/font][/size]
The authors took samples in 2013 from seven chickens, a quail, and a duck at two live-bird markets in Hangzhou, a city in Zhejiang province, where human H7N9 cases had occurred, according to their Jun 17 report in the Journal of Virology. The report does not indicate that any of the birds were sick.[/font][/font][/size]
The team isolated 13 viruses from the samples: 1 H5N1, 2 H5N9, 4 H9N2, and 6 H7N9. By sequencing the whole genomes of the two H5N9 isolates, the researchers determined that their hemagglutinin (H) protein matched that of a 2012 H5N1 isolate from Vietnam, while their neuraminidase (N) component derived from a human H7N9 isolate from Hangzhou. They also noted that the structure of the H cleavage site is characteristic of highly pathogenic viruses. The six internal genes resembled those of H5N1, H7N9, and H9N2 viruses.[/font]
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Re: Novel H5N9 virus described as hybrid of H5N1, H7N9
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2015, 08:56:44 AM »
The isolates are from 2013 but if they have mutated and we have not just 2 virus' in this mix, but 3 and if you research each in an indivual maner. Well it does not look good, be on the look this fall/winter for your local flu bug...


and as we all know governments and doctors will not be forth coming with truths


as you can tell this is bothering me..will try and do more research on it,see what I can come up with
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