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(Swine flu)
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  • Antigenic evolution of H3N2 influenza A viruses in swine in the United States from 2012 to 2016. [Journal Article]
  • IOInfluenza Other Respir Viruses 2018 Sep 14
  • Bolton MJ, Abente EJ, … Vincent AL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although antigenic motifs were largely associated with antigenic distances, substantial diversity among co-circulating viruses poses a significant challenge for effective vaccine development. Continued surveillance and antigenic characterization of circulating strains is critical for improving vaccine efforts to control C-IV H3 IAV in U.S. swine. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Avian influenza viruses in pigs: An overview. [Review]
  • VJVet J 2018; 239:7-14
  • Bourret V
  • This paper reviews important aspects of infection of pigs with avian influenza viruses. Wild waterfowl are the main reservoir for influenza A viruses; other species, such as pigs, can be infected, bu...
  • Australian caregivers' perceptions of influenza vaccination in pregnancy: A mixed methods exploration. [Journal Article]
  • WBWomen Birth 2018 Aug 08
  • King CL, Chow MY, … Wiley KE
  • CONCLUSIONS: The low rates of maternal influenza vaccination revealed in this study contrast to recent gains in vaccine uptake. Vaccination decision-making in pregnancy can be complex and contextually driven for some women. Healthcare workers, including midwives, have a key role in addressing women's concerns about maternal influenza vaccination in both pandemic and interpandemic periods.Policy makers need to be cognisant of women's concerns and develop resources for both pregnant women and healthcare workers as part of both future pandemic planning and seasonal vaccination efforts.
  • Glycans with Antiviral Activity from Marine Organisms. [Journal Article]
  • RPResults Probl Cell Differ 2018; 65:439-475
  • Grice ID, Mariottini GL
  • There remains today a critical need for new antiviral agents, particularly in view of the alarming increase in drug resistance and associated issues. The marine environment has been a prolific contri...
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