A researcher uses a fluorescence microscope to analyze cells in a science lab at the Influenza Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In the background, a computer monitor displays cellular imagery. Photo by Jeff Miller/University of Wisconsin-Madison
A researcher uses a fluorescence microscope to analyze cells in a science lab at the Influenza Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In the background, a computer monitor displays cellular imagery.

N&H TOPLINE: H7N9 influenza becoming transmissible

Influenza viruses well known for their propensity to adapt.

As summer tapers to the cool fall and icy winter, the public health and avian veterinary sectors begin to ramp up avian influenza surveillance, trying to get ahead of any potential outbreaks as wild birds begin annual migrations.

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