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Immunology Influenza

Influenza or flu is an RNA virus which is the instigator of an infectious disease response in birds and mammals. Typically transmitted via an aerosol effect flu is highly contagious and responsible for many human deaths per year.

Influenza viruses are categorised into A, B and C types. Type A serotypes e.g. H5N1 et al are typically hosted in birds and are highly virulent and frequently pass into human population quite often via infected poultry. Type B is rarer than A, and is almost always is implicated in human related infection .Type B mutates less slowly than A and therefore confers a degree of immunity. Type C is rarer still, infects humans and other species and overall causes mild infections only in human hosts.

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