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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 5:55 pm 
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H1N1 came from Texas and New Mexico: Governor of Chihuahua

Orlando Chavez Echavarria
The Journal | 03.28.2011 | 00:28




Chihuahua-The H1N1 influenza outbreak that affects the state of Chihuahua originated in Texas and New Mexico, said yesterday the governor Cesar Duarte Jaquez.

"It is confirmed that the lady who died recently in capital Chihuahua came from a Texas trip, just as those who are infected in Ciudad Juárez are all related to a trip to the United States, or have had contact with U.S. citizens "he said.

During the act of starting the vaccination campaign, the president explained that the disease does not upset the development of business in Chihuahua.

Duarte Jaquez said that in the states of Texas and New Mexico for several days were detected cases of the disease, which directly affected Chihuahua, as all people who are infected have a direct relationship with the two U.S. institutions.

"From January to date in the state of Texas have identified 226 cases of H1N1, and I have not seen this paralyze economic activity, as it did not happen ... not two years ago in New Mexico have been 344 positive cases of influenza , of which 43 correspond to A/H1N1, and have recorded 18 deaths ... the number of cases of Chihuahua but we are concerned, have nothing to do with the number of neighboring states, "he said.

The vaccination campaign began focusing on the most vulnerable population such as: Children from six months to 59 months and five to nine years, as well in people over 50 years.

Also those with illnesses such as asthma, heart disease, HIV, diabetes. Just as pregnant women and health sector personnel.

The state health authorities unveiled that the number of confirmed cases as of yesterday was seven and suspect there are six, with two outstanding results.

The state Health Secretary Sergio Piña Marshall, said that in real time evaluating the development of cases in Chihuahua and you have enough medicine to care for those already suffering from influenza.

The vaccination campaign will be universal and takes place in all health centers, whether state or federal.


http://www.diario.com.mx/notas.php?f=20 ... 605e6ec3ea

The CDC has only released one H1N1 sequence from Texas from this season, A/Texas/14/2010 (collected Novemeber 30).

Texas/14 has the markers for the S188T sub-clade (S188T, E377K, S454N, T1056C). However, it has a series of additional markers found in 2011 isolates in the US (released by the Air Force), including A/Ohio/AF21798/2011 and A/District of Columbia/AF21769/2011.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 5:57 pm 
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EPI308928 A/Ohio/AF21798/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308911 A/District of Columbia/AF21769/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI301719 A/Texas/14/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI297020 A/Yamagata/708/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI292171 A/Finland/592/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI287716 A/Qingdao/220/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI281716 A/Texas/AF2583/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI279217 A/GRAFTON/2/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI278227 A/Louisiana/AF2437/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276894 A/Japan/AF2329/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276893 A/Japan/AF2328/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276892 A/Japan/AF2327/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276343 A/SC/94160459/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI247459 A/Utah/01/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI240598 A/IWATE/1132/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI179332 A/Washington/12/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:36 pm 
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At least three people have died while infected with the H1N1 flu virus, also known as Swine Flu in El Paso, USA and Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, officials have announced. Information regarding one of the patients, a 76-year-old male, indicates that the virus was a secondary factor in his death in February; he had several health problems already.

Fernando Gonzalez, an epidemiologist for El Paso Department of Health, stressed there is no reason for alarm, while at the same time assuring people that the authorities are taking this investigation seriously.

Two confirmed deaths in Cuidad Juarez involve a male traffic cop and a 30 to 35 year-old female.

Gonzalez said:


"This recent death is not a case of a seemingly healthy individual who contracted the diseases, became ill and died as a result. Much like we saw with H1N1 cases in 2009, this elderly man was someone who was sick and whose body could not overcome various illnesses, including the H1N1 flu strain."


Health officials in Cuidad Juarez informed that two of its citizens have died, while others have become infected with flu-like symptoms in what they suspect is H1N1.

Chihuahua officials stressed that all of their cases consist of individuals who have been over to the US side of the border, or people who had been in contact with people on the US side of the border. Cuidad Juarez is in the state of Chihuahua.

Six cases have proved negative in Chihuahua, while two were confirmed infected with H1N1.

A number of police officers in Cuidad Juarez have come down with flu-like illnesses.

Of the 357 confirmed cases of seasonal flu in El Paso in January this year, three were ill with H1N1, compared to 302 flu cases in February of which 26 had the H1N1 virus. So far in March there have been 126 confirmed cases of flu.

The municipality of Ciudad Juarez today issued a written announcement saying that as a result of the recent H1N1 virus outbreak, a vaccination campaign was launched this morning by the Mayor. 4,800 H1N1 flu vaccines will be administered to local government employees, as well as citizens who come into the municipality offices on any official business.

Health officials in Chihuahua informed that over 40,000 citizens will also be vaccinated, including those working in Social Development, the Municipal Hospital, Primary Care Clinics, Community Centers, and several police and firefighting stations. ("Arranca campaña de vacunación contra AH1N1") (PDF - in Spanish).

According to local media, there are currently 25 suspected cases of H1N1 infection on the Mexican side of the border. Thirteen of them are not confined to a hospital, they are being seen as outpatients.

Health officials in the Mexican border city say that any student arriving to school with flu-like symptoms will be sent home immediately.

Health Secretary, Jose Angel Cordova has confirmed that nationally (Mexico) there has been an increase in the number of seasonal flu cases, but added that the cases were not the same as the ones reported in this text. He stressed that cases around the country are much less aggressive. He believes that the Ciudad Juarez cases may be linked to a high flu rate in Texas, from which Mexicans travel back (and forth) all the time.

Written by Christian Nordqvist
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/220575.php

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:47 am 
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El Paso is the US city opposite Juarez across the border.

Here are two articles from the US side:

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/health/7495475.html

http://www.ktsm.com/news/march-flu-numbers-down
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EL PASO - The Department of Public Health says that preliminary flu numbers for March aren't as high as January and February.

The health department reported 357 cases of the flu in January and 302 cases in February. That number exceeds the number of cases they reported during the H1N1 pandemic. Last year, there were 20 cases in January and 21 in February.

So far in March, they've seen 126 reported cases, ten of which were the H1N1 virus. The health department also says that H1N1 was found to be a "secondary factor" in the death of a 76-year-old man in February. article continues


Thanks. Interesting that Google Flu Trends is trending down too.


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To my untrained eye, this flu in Mexico and Venezuela spreads easily/quickly, produces a high number of pneumonia cases and is deadly.

Is just say S188T seen previously but in central/south America? Or is it something else, something new, maybe a combo with D225G?


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Dingo wrote:
To my untrained eye, this flu in Mexico and Venezuela spreads easily/quickly, produces a high number of pneumonia cases and is deadly.

Is just say S188T seen previously but in central/south America? Or is it something else, something new, maybe a combo with D225G?

I suspect it is more.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:23 am 
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niman wrote:
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To my untrained eye, this flu in Mexico and Venezuela spreads easily/quickly, produces a high number of pneumonia cases and is deadly.

Is just say S188T seen previously but in central/south America? Or is it something else, something new, maybe a combo with D225G?

I suspect it is more.



Niman I am impressed with that statement. You usually would have made up all sorts by now based on limited information.

Yes we will see what this is. I suspect it's more as well.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:35 am 
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niman wrote:
Dingo wrote:
To my untrained eye, this flu in Mexico and Venezuela spreads easily/quickly, produces a high number of pneumonia cases and is deadly.

Is just say S188T seen previously but in central/south America? Or is it something else, something new, maybe a combo with D225G?

I suspect it is more.



Niman I am impressed with that statement. You usually would have made up all sorts by now based on limited information.

Yes we will see what this is. I suspect it's more as well.

I will be posting examples soon. The Texas sequence is a recombinant which has picked up S165N, which is present in the thrid emerging sub-clade, which wa widespread in Spain and Iraq.

In addition, the CDC ignores D225G and G158E, which are additional strong candiates.

The early 2011 H1N1 sequence data is being withheld by the CDC, which makes predictions more difficult, but the longer the CDC holds the data the less absurd their recommendation on keeping the vaccine unchanged looks.

It has now been a week since the CDC releasd 2011 data on H3N2 and influenza B. The corresponding data on H1N1 ha still not been released at GISAID.

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Note that S165N traces back to the Hudson county fair of 2007 in Ohio, where dozens of attendees had flu like symptoms in AUGUST, 2007 (and virus was isolated from a presenter and her father - A/Ohio/1/2007 and A/Ohio/2/2007 which matched H1N1 in swine at the fair):

EPI308933 A/South Carolina/AF21803/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308930 A/Ohio/AF21800/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308926 A/North Carolina/AF21796/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308923 A/New Jersey/AF21791/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308913 A/Florida/AF21772/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308912 A/Florida/AF21771/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308911 A/District of Columbia/AF21769/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI308910 A/Arizona/AF21768/2011 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI307942 A/swine/Iowa/A01057153/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI306130 A/Denmark/111/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304927 A/Galicia/RR6720/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304926 A/Galicia/RR6722/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304925 A/Galicia/RR6723/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304924 A/Galicia/RR6724/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304923 A/Galicia/RR6725/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304922 A/Galicia/RR6726/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304921 A/Galicia/RR6727/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304907 A/Galicia/RR6669/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304873 A/LaRioja/RR6478/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI304729 A/CastillaLaMancha/RR4990/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI302101 A/Georgia/21/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI301814 A/Aragon/RR6925/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 6.17275
EPI301719 A/Texas/14/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI295399 A/El Salvador/798/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI291799 A/Iowa/02/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI291788 A/Illinois/09/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI289659 A/swine/Missouri/46519-5/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI289647 A/swine/Iowa/46519-1/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI288290 A/Boston/672/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI286988 A/CapeTown/29/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI283773 A/Habana/7374/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI282735 A/Mexico City/WRAIR1773T/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI282135 A/Tallinn/INS374/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI281919 A/Warsaw/INS316/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI281271 A/swine/Ohio/02026/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI281267 A/swine/Missouri/02060/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI281266 A/swine/North Carolina/02023/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI280320 A/Pennsylvania/07/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI278896 A/Texas/03/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI278878 A/Mexico/2880/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI278127 A/Moldova/61/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI277857 A/Quito/WR1589N/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI277541 A/Wurzburg/INS381/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276823 A/Japan/AF2287/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276812 A/Japan/AF2276/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276632 A/Germany/AF2210/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276629 A/Germany/AF2207/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276556 A/ENG/95100002/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276549 A/SC/98/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276521 A/ENG/94800108/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276459 A/SC/53/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276458 A/SC/51/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276394 A/ENG/745/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276363 A/ENG/740/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI276348 A/SC/89/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273900 A/California/09/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273891 A/Dnipropetrovsk/445/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273838 A/Wisconsin/06/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273792 A/Wisconsin/03/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273744 A/Maryland/06/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273738 A/Minnesota/04/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273674 A/Arizona/06/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273662 A/Texas/03/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273656 A/Hawaii/06/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI273626 A/Arizona/03/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272600 A/FUKUOKA-C/34/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272565 A/KAGOSHIMA/7/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272563 A/KAGOSHIMA/6/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272561 A/KAGOSHIMA/3/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272559 A/KAGOSHIMA/1/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272363 A/swine/SD/1/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI272034 A/PHILIPPINES/824/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI270655 A/California/VRDL4/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI269967 A/Perth/500/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI269543 A/swine/Minnesota/03025/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI267664 A/California/VRDL6/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI259433 A/swine/Iowa/02999/2010 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI258782 A/Tallinn/INS183/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI258726 A/Mexico City/014/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI256534 A/Sichuan-Jiangyang/SWL1165/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI256254 A/Beijing-Huairou/SWL1991/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI255184 A/Haishu/SWL110/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI253897 A/Sachsen/4/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI247472 A/Vermont/30/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI247317 A/Indiana/02/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI247252 A/Colorado/03/2010 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI246307 A/swine/OR/10-004060/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI246174 A/Beijing/SE2649/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI246026 A/swine/Minnesota/02951/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI246025 A/swine/Minnesota/02950/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI246024 A/swine/Minnesota/02949/2009 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI240720 A/Milan/324/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI240588 A/Eng/XFL00137/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI240436 A/ENG/204/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI234468 A/Catalonia/S2151/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI231326 A/Mexico/2445/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI227723 A/Minnesota/16/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI226008 A/KOBE/91993/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI226000 A/KOBE/91992/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI222632 A/swine/Kansas/77778/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI221278 A/Catalonia/NS7362/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI217414 A/Catalonia/S1687/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI215844 A/SOUTH AUSTRALIA/2030/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI186415 A/England/213/2009 (A/H1N1 swl) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180120 A/swine/Ohio/63607-32/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180119 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-9/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180118 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-8/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180115 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-37/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180113 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-27/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180112 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-25/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180110 A/swine/North Carolina/63607-14/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180107 A/swine/North Carolina/225-6/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180106 A/swine/North Carolina/225-2/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180105 A/swine/North Carolina/225-13/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180103 A/swine/Missouri/63607-16/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180100 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-40/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180096 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-31/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180095 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-30/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180093 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-26/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180090 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-15/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180089 A/swine/Minnesota/63607-12/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180087 A/swine/Minnesota/225-5/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180086 A/swine/Minnesota/225-4/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180078 A/swine/Iowa/63607-1/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180076 A/swine/Iowa/225-8/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI180071 A/swine/Illinois/225-1/2008 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI178949 A/Ohio/02/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI178948 A/Ohio/01/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI173655 A/swine/OH/511445/2007 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851
EPI153501 A/swine/Ohio/24366/07 (A/H1N1) segment 4 (HA) 27.0 5.93851

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:45 am 
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niman wrote:
Dingo wrote:
To my untrained eye, this flu in Mexico and Venezuela spreads easily/quickly, produces a high number of pneumonia cases and is deadly.

Is just say S188T seen previously but in central/south America? Or is it something else, something new, maybe a combo with D225G?

I suspect it is more.


Any thoughts? Maybe it's picked up something from one of the strains of bird flu?

The sequences can't come out soon enough.

The strange thing about these reports, two years on, is that they sound like the start of a pandemic, not after the end* of one.

End = WHO idiocy


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