Computer program designed to detect animal flu

02/28/2010 | VeterinaryPracticeNews.com

Dr. Henry Wan, a veterinarian and assistant professor at Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has created a computer program designed to monitor flu viruses in animals. The program, which provides data on influenza viruses' gene segments, "aims to seek a better understanding of why they mutate and how they spread" and "more accurately predict when new viruses will arise," Wan said.

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