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September 09, 2005

Avian influenza in Mongolia

From Promed: "The Mongolian case provides the best evidence to date for wild birds in the trans-boundary spread of H5N1 avian influenza ..."

This is a snippet of a longer post by Les Sims, Asia Pacific Veterinary Information Services. I totally agree - without large numbers of poultry in Mongolia, these isolations demonstrate that a wild bird population can host H5N1 in the absence of affected

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Posted by dymaxion at September 9, 2005 06:42 PM

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