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Novel Reassortant H3N2 Avian Influenza Virus Isolated from Domestic Ducks in Eastern China in 2016.

Novel Reassortant H3N2 Avian Influenza Virus Isolated from Domestic Ducks in Eastern China in 2016.
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Sun W, Li J, Hu J, Jiang D, Ge Z, Xing C, Wang X, Gu M, Liu X, Hu S, Liu X,


Sun W, Li J, Hu J, Jiang D, Ge Z, Xing C, Wang X, Gu M, Liu X, Hu S, Liu X, (click to view)

Sun W, Li J, Hu J, Jiang D, Ge Z, Xing C, Wang X, Gu M, Liu X, Hu S, Liu X,

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Genome announcements 2017 11 305(48) pii e01237-17
Abstract

H3 subtype avian influenza virus (AIV) poses a great threat to public health, and so investigating its epidemiology is of great importance. A novel reassortant H3N2 AIV strain was isolated from a live poultry market in eastern China. The strain’s genes originated from H1N1, H3, and H7 AIVs. Thus, the genome information of the H3N2 isolate will help to investigate further the epidemiology of H3 subtype AIVs in China.

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