influenza

An influenza pandemic is an epidemic of an influenza virus that spreads across a large region (either multiple continents or worldwide) and infects a large proportion of the population.

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NIH releases H5N1 influenza research agenda - EurekAlert

To combat cow flu outbreak, scientists plan to infect cattle with influenza in high-security labs

Newborn piglets serve as a model for studying influenza

New vaccine design uses immunity against influenza to offer faster protection against emerging pathogens

Antiviral treatment is largely underused in children with influenza, study findings show

Researcher helps boost immune system memory against influenza

What Is Influenza?

Influenza shows no seasonality in tropics, posing challenges for health care

This Cow and Pig Influenza Virus Could Infect Humans: What We Know So Far

Universal Influenza Candidate Vaccine Performs Well in Phase 1 Trial

Did flu come from fish? Genetics points to influenza’s aquatic origin.

Bald eagles aren't fledging as many chicks due to avian influenza

Influenza viruses may have originated in fish 600 million years ago

Influenza vaccine turns the virus on its head

The achilles heel of the influenza virus: Ubiquitin protein may be an approach for future medicines

In Peru, mass death of sea lions from avian influenza suggests virus could be spreading between mammals in the wild — A(H5N1) may have mutated in a way previously unseen in nature

New compound inhibits influenza virus replication

Effects of highly pathogenic avian influenza on canids investigated

Canine Influenza Virus Is Spreading In The U.S. With Outbreaks Among Dogs

Experimental mRNA Vaccine May Protect Against All 20 Influenza Virus Subtypes