Progress and perspectives in research on novel avian-origin human influenza A (H7N9) virus
Received:December 20, 2013  
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KeyWord:H7N9 avian influenza virus;Infection;Transmission;Epidemiology;Diagnosis;Prevention;Animal model;Drug;Vaccine
秦川 中国医学科学院医学实验动物研究所, 北京协和医学院比较医学中心, 北京
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      The outbreak of human infections caused by novel avian-origin influenza A (H7N9) in China has brought serious and huge challenge for our health, agriculture, and economy. Although the epidemic situation has been controlled, the succeeding sporadic cases warn us that the epidemic may not have faded away. There are still too many uncertain issues about the H7N9 virus. Based on this situation, this review will focus on the research progress and perspectives for future critical H7N9 influenza virus topics, and serve as a modest spur to induce other researchers to come forward with their valuable contributions.
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