The genes of some chickens make them almost completely resistant to a serious strain of avian influenza, according to new research from the University of Lincoln in the U.K.
The findings, which are published in the journal Scientific Reports, show that genetics play a key part in whether the birds are susceptible or resistant to the potentially deadly virus. Until now, scientists around the world have paid little attention to the role the genetics of birds play in the tran
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