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Avian influenza virus infections in humans



Avian influenza virus infections in humans



Chest 129(1): 156-168



Seroepidemiologic and virologic studies since 1889 suggested that human influenza pandemics were caused by H1, H2, and H3 subtypes of influenza A viruses. If not for the 1997 avian A/H5N1 outbreak in Hong Kong of China, subtype H2 is the likely candidate for the next pandemic.

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PMID: 16424427

DOI: 10.1378/chest.129.1.156


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