lunes, 26 de agosto de 2013

Influenza: Role of Host & Pathogen Genomics


Influenza: Role of Host & Pathogen Genomics

image of person with lungs shown and flu virus in the air
CDC seasonal influenza information
Integrative genomic analysis of the human immune response to influenza vaccination Adobe PDF file [PDF 4.03 MB]External Web Site Icon
Luis M Franco et al. elife July 2013
Could changes in gene expression be used to predict which individuals will respond to the influenza vaccine?External Web Site Icon Ferreira P et al. elife, July 2013
Full genome of influenza A (H7N9) virus derived by direct sequencing without culture
Xianwen Ren et al. Emerg Infectious Dis Nov 2013

The role of host genetics in susceptibility to influenza: A systematic reviewExternal Web Site Icon
Peter Horby et al. PLoS One, 2012
Role of polymorphisms in host immune genes in determining the severity of respiratory illness caused by pandemic H1N1 influenza.External Web Site Icon
Kenyan W, et al.  Public Health Genomics, Mar 2013
CDC paper: A pilot study of host genetic variants associated with influenza-associated deaths among children and young adults.
Ferdinands J et al. Emerging Inf Dis 2011
Probable person to person transmission of novel avian influenza A (H7N9) virus in Eastern China, 2013: epidemiological investigationExternal Web Site Icon
Qi X, et al.  BMJ2013;347:f4752
Human to human transmission of H7N9External Web Site Icon
Rudge J et al. BMJ 2013;347:f4730
Genetic code shows bird flu in China spread between people,External Web Site Icon NPR Health, Aug 6 

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