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In PLoS One this week, researchers at the World Health Organization's Collaborating Center for Reference and Research on Influenza report their development of a pyrosequencing assay "for the rapid identification and subtyping of potential human influenza A virus reassortants based on all eight gene segments of the virus," which they say could enhance flu surveillance.

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