2009年03月05日

Pandemic potential

The fact that the H5N1 bird flu virus circulating in Asia, Europe and Africa is unable to attach to fuman-type cell receptors has heleped to prevent it from causing world-wide epidemic of a human viriant of the disease.

Now a study of H5N1 isolates from some of the new humans that have been identified two mutations in a virlhaemagglutinin that allow it toboth human and avain receptors.

These mutations might be of use as molecular markers for assesing the pandemic potential of H5N1.


### DataBace ###
nature Vol.444 243-400 Issue no.7117 16 November 2007
Letter p.378 / Haemagglutinin mutations responsible for the bunding of H5N1 influenza A Viruses to human-type receptors / S Yamada (University of Tokyo, Japan Science and Technology Agency)/ www.nature.com/podcast


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2009年02月26日

Hello

DOE and
European Commission Energy

As a Nobel prize winner of EU pointed it out in the past, over barbon reduction accomplishment is a survival crisis problem of the human who does not come true if people in the world do not make an effort.

It was the thing which gave it up from this twice three times more than once, but I had a look at data and decided to think about problem solving once again.


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