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Avian flu becoming more resistant to antiviral drugs, says University of Colorado study
Date:1/7/2009

s to track mutations in other viruses," said Guralnick. "We can harvest genetic influenza data and monitor it in near real-time, which should give this project some traction to help governments make decisions on managing potential pandemics."

Like the legend of a road map, colors and symbols on the supermap indicate which types of hosts carry the virus or the distribution of genotypes of interest, said Hill. A click by users on viral "isolates" generates computer windows revealing H5N1 mutations linked to positive genetic selection resulting from the spread and use of adamantanes.


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Contact: Andrew Hill
andrew.hill@colorado.edu
303-735-0441
University of Colorado at Boulder
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