Avian Influenza: Prevention and Control

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Avian Influenza has become one of the biggest threats for human and animal health. The old paradigm was that the disease in waterfowl, poultry, pigs and man was caused by separate viruses that each stayed reasonably well within their own niche. The only danger to man was considered being infected by pigs, being the mixing vessel, where avian and human influenza viruses could come together and exchange genetic material to form new viruses that are potentially dangerous to man. This has dramatically proven wrong during the ...

Avian Influenza: Prevention and Control 2005, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781402034404

2005 edition

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Avian Influenza: Prevention and Control 2005, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781402034398

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