This Week in PLOS

A pair of PLOS One studies led by investigators at Duke University describes gene expression signatures in host blood that correspond with specific viral or bacterial infections. For the first of these, researchers tracked down similar, but slightly different, blood gene expression patterns associated with those with symptomatic H1N1 and H3N2 influenza A infection.

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