Friday, April 20, 2007

Phylogeography of avian influenza

Yesterday I found a paper on the phylogeography of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and today have found one on the phylogeography of H5N1 avian influenza.

This came to me in a Web of Science search alert - I tend not to blog things from this although I do use the alert to identify new information sources for our avian influenza webpage.

Anyway, this paper is in PNAS and looks at how the virus has spread, using information about genetic sequences of the virus found in different places.

1 comment:

The-Best-Bird-Flu-Blogs-Team said...

Thank you for this Keith:)

We hope to have more info/news related to this subject from you in the future.

The-Best-Bird-Flu-Blogs-Team

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