Study: Mutation allows for easy spread of H1N1 flu

08/5/2010 | Reuters

Researchers have discovered that the H1N1 flu pandemic virus had been circulating for at least 10 years in pigs but underwent a genetic mutation that allowed it to replicate easily in people. "This gives us another marker to help predict the possibility of future flu pandemics," one of the researchers said in a paper.

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