Turkeys originated in North America, where the wild birds thrived from Canada to Mexico
Vaccine protects chickens and likely other poultry against the three recently introduced U.S. avian influenza strains
New method for making flu vaccines using cell culture was devised using a type of research that has since been paused by the feds
A Clinical Update on the Search for a Universal Flu Vaccine: Presentation in Washington, DC on January 30, 2014 in Conjunction with the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Biodefense Conference.
Concern over research involving the creation of bird flu that spreads more easily is in the news again. An international group of scientists published an outline Aug. 6 in Science and Nature for similar experiments that could involve even stronger strains of the type of bird flu known as H7N9.
After a marathon debate over a pair of studies that show how the avian H5N1 influenza virus could become transmissible in mammals one of the studies was finally and fully published today (May 3, 2012) in the journal Nature
Researchers create a myriad of technologies to prevent a deadly outbreak
Applied Biosystems and the Veterinary Laboratories Agency (VLA), a UK government agency specializing in animal disease surveillance and veterinary research, have announced a strategic collaboration to manufacture and commercialize t