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Enormous economic losses and reported cases of bird-to-human transmission alert us the importance of AIVs surveillance in natural foci. However, the limited multiplexing capacity of PCR or real-time PCR method made AIVs surveillance insufficient, costly and labor intensive. In this study, we ..., Abstract
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To better understand the role of wild birds in the emergence and potential dissemination of subtype H7N9 viruses, in late 2015, we collected samples from wild land birds in Hubei province and performed virus isolation as well as full genome sequencing. A novel H7N9 virus was isolated from a ..., Abstract
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A novel Clade 2.3.2.1c H5N1 reassortant virus caused several outbreaks in wild birds in some regions of China from late 2014 to 2015. Based on the genetic and phylogenetic analyses, the viruses possess a stable gene constellation with a Clade 2.3.2.1c HA, a H9N2-derived PB2 gene and the other ..., Abstract
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Human cytomegalovirus virions contain three major glycoprotein complexes (gC I, II, III), all of which are required for CMV infectivity. These complexes also represent major antigenic targets for anti-viral immune responses. The gC II complex consists of two glycoproteins, gM and gN. In the current ..., Abstract
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Traditionally, the multibasic cleavage site (MBCS) of surface protein H5-hemagglutinin (HA) is converted to a monobasic one so as to weaken the virulence of recombinant H5N1 influenza viruses and to produce inactivated and live attenuated vaccines. Whether such modification benefits new candidate ..., Abstract
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