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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following MERS and Ebola approaching PANDEMICS>>>
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At last some light at the end of the tunnel.

This article reveals a recent pier reviewed study of gene sequencing and matching between swine and humans that attended the Ohio county fair this year in the US.

The study clearly shows almost perfect matching of the H3N2v virus present in both the swine and the affected humans.

This now clears up with absolute certainty any questions that have been expressd here in relation to there being two parallel sets of H3N2v viruses for the Ohio fair.

We now need to continue with this same protocol with all the rest of the fairs to ascertain where the divergence occurred and then answers can be sought for how that instance came to be.

Also of excellent news in this article, are suggestions being made by the researchers that relate to improving public safety where these risk factors might exist at these fairs.

Study: Fair-related swine and human H3N2 viruses closely match
Robert Roos News Editor


Oct 25, 2012 (CIDRAP News) – Researchers report that swine and human influenza A/H3N2 viruses associated with an Ohio county fair held in July make a nearly perfect genetic match, suggesting that there is almost no biological barrier to prevent such viruses from passing between humans and pigs.

The authors sequenced the genomes of H3N2 viruses isolated from pigs that were exhibited at the fair and from several people who were infected with strains of variant H3N2 (H3N2v, the term for the human version) after participating in or visiting the fair. They found that the genomes were more than 99% the same, according to their report in Emerging Microbes and Infections.


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