This time on the Germlines I rejoined the cast of This Week in Virology
to discuss controversial meta-analyses of several population-based studies of human H5N1 infection across varied geographies primarily in Southeast Asia. We discussed two papers. The first is entitled Seroevidence for H5N1 Influenza Infections in Humans: Meta-Analysis
by Wang, et al. and can be found here
. The second is entitled Mammalian-Transmissible H5N1 Influenza: Facts and Perspective
by Osterholm and Kelley and can be found here
. It was another fantastic discussion with the TWiV team covering important aspects of these seroepidemiologic studies and highlighting the conclusions we can confidently draw from these data.
This episode was recorded, produced and published by This Week in Virology and was titled, TWiV 173: Going to bat for flu research
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