Biotechnology News – Special H1N1 Coverage

September 24, 2009 at 3:35 pm 1 comment

The H1N1 pandemic virus can infect cells deeper in the lungs than those affected by seasonal flu viruses, scientists say.

Most people infected with swine flu have relatively mild symptoms. Doctors have also reported that some patients hospitalized with swine flu develop worse symptoms than seasonal flu victims.

The study in Wednesday’s issue of the journal Nature Biotechnology confirms those anecdotal observations by doctors, as well as similar pathology reports from experiments on the lungs of ferrets, mice and nonhuman primates.

For more see: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/cbc/090910/science/science_h1n1_infection

Other Canadian News:
Canada rethinking flu vaccine plans
Canadians might agree to suspend civil liberties in pandemic: survey
One third at Vancouver school and some at three B.C. schools report H1N1

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