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Scientists put interactive flu tracking at public's fingertips
Date:11/16/2009

lability of H1N1 sequences for study.

"With what we have so far, we can see the spread of H1N1 out of the United States and all over the world. There is a different dynamic, in that this is a virus carried by humans, who are cosmopolitan and moving both ways," Janies said. "It's also a virus that has been transmitted all over the world in a matter of months, and it's still similar to its ancestors."

H5N1, on the other hand, has been creeping across Asia and into Europe and Africa for more than a decade and picked up mutations along the way, he noted. While H1N1 has spread more quickly, it is far less deadly to humans than H5N1 meaning it is still useful for the world to keep an eye on avian flu, Janies said.

His group's visualizations will help make that possible.


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Contact: Daniel Janies
daniel.janies@osumc.edu
614-292-1202
Ohio State University
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