Newly Developed Glycan Array Can Distinguish Human, Avian Flu Forms | GenomeWeb

Using a newly developed glycan array, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have analyzed the binding specificities of viral coat proteins from both human and avian forms of the deadly 1918 influenza virus.

Though the human and avian forms of the 1918 influenza viral coat protein differ by only two amino acids, the glycan array was able to distinguish between the two.

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