H1N1 influenza

Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

Tag archives for H1N1 influenza

My friend and former ScienceBlogs colleague, Afarensis, is in the hospital with pneumonia, a complication of a probable case of “swine” flu; H1N1 Influenza. His youngest daughter posted a message to his blog yesterday, so let’s all head over there to leave our best wishes for his speedy and uneventful recovery! I know from experience…

Auror and actor, Ronald Weasley, has appeared in all the biographical Harry Potter films. Harry Potter’s best friend, Ronald Weasley, is recovering from a “mild bout” of swine flu, his publicist has said.

[larger view] The New York Academy of Sciences hosted a symposium yesterday in the World Trade Center that explored the latest findings associated with “swine flu”, more correctly known as the A/H1N1 Influenza. This symposium was broadcast live as a “webinar” and is also being made into a podcast and streaming video (both of which…

Where’s GrrlScientist?

Because of my affiliation with ScienceBlogs and SEED Media Group, I am attending a symposium hosted by the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) that focuses on H1N1 Influenza [website].

tags: Antigen Shift, Influenza Viruses, molecular biology, virology, microbiology, streaming video This video discusses the process of antigen shift in influenza viruses, such as the H1N1 “swine flu” that has recently been identified in Mexico and in quite a few other countries, including in NYC [1:18]