CDC Deposits Flu Sequences Into Genbank; Hopes Other Governments Will Follow Suit | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released more than 650 genes from an undisclosed number of  flu viruses into Genbank, and it hopes other governments will follow suit, the CDC said yesterday.
 
The data, deposited last week, had previously been available only to a small number of influenza researchers working with the World Health Organization on vaccine development.
 

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