Genetic Reassortment Sparks Flu Virus Evolution | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb Daily News) – An influenza A virus associated with some of the most notorious flu epidemics in history apparently evolves not just by simple mutations but also through complex reassortments — gene swapping between similar viruses, new research suggests.
 

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