NEW YORK, March 10 (GenomeWeb News) - Pittsburgh-based Recombinomics today asked the World Health Organization to give global researchers open access to H5N1 avian flu genome sequences. Currently the sequences are in a WHO database that can be accessed by only 15 laboratories.

 

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