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Avian Flu
Avian Flu Workers

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[12/5/2009]

 
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[5/10/2009]

 
Thailand Removal Sick Chickens

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[2/11/2009]

 
Influenza A Late

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[2/11/2009]

 
Influenza A Early

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[2/11/2009]

 
Hanoi Burning Chickens

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[2/11/2009]

 
Avian Influenza - Proventriculus At Necropsy

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Hemorrhagic lesions in the proventriculus, seen at necropsy in fowl with avian influenza [2/11/2009]

 
Avian Flu Jakarta Zoo

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[2/11/2009]

 
AI Edematous Wattle

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[2/11/2009]

 
World: Affected areas with confirmed cases of H5N1 avian influenza since 1 January 2009, status as of 27.01.2009 (latest available update)

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From the WHO Public Health Mapping and GIS Map Library. [2/5/2009]

 
Nations With Confirmed Cases H5N1 Avian Influenza

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PandemicFlu.gov [2/5/2009]

 
World : Areas reporting confirmed occurrence of H5N1 avian influenza in poultry and wild birds since 2003, status as of 15.08.2008

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WHO [8/25/2008]

 
World : Areas reporting confirmed occurrence of H5N1 avian influenza in poultry and wild birds since 1 July 2008, status as of 15.08.2008

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WHO [8/25/2008]

 
World : Affected areas with confirmed cases of H5N1 avian influenza since 2003, status as of 19.06.2008

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WHO [8/25/2008]

 
World : Affected areas with confirmed cases of H5N1 avian influenza since 1 January 2008, status as of 19.06.2008

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WHO [8/25/2008]

 
South Korea Quarantine Officials About to Enter Poultry Farm

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[4/17/2008]

 
Confirmed H5N1 In Birds Globally Since 2003

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[1/4/2008]

 
Flu Lab

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[1/3/2008]

 
Global H5N1Human 2006 FIMS 20070320

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[1/3/2008]

 
Chicken Vaccination

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[1/3/2008]

 
Avian Flu Virus Sfcdcp

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[1/3/2008]

 
Virus Extraction Phil

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This 2005 photograph of the Centers for Disease Control and Preventionís Dr. Terrence Tumpey, one of the organizationís staff microbiologists and a member of the National Center for Infectious Diseases (NCID), showed him using an electronic pipetter to extract reconstructed 1918 Pandemic Influenza Virus from a calibrated vial containing a supernatant culture medium. [1/2/2008]

 
H5n1 Phil

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This transmission electron micrograph (TEM), taken at a magnification of 108,000x, revealed the ultrastructural details of two avian influenza A (H5N1) virions, a type of bird flu virus, which is a subtype of avian influenza A. At this magnification, one may note the stippled appearance of the roughened surface of the proteinaceous coat encasing each virion. [1/2/2008]

 
Biological Safety Cabinet

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This photograph was taken of Dr. Taronna Maines, a microbiologist in the Influenza Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, while she was conducting an experiment inside a biological safety cabinet (BSC) within the Biosafety Level 3-enhanced laboratory. The airflow within the BSC helps prevent any airborne virus from escaping the confines of the cabinet, and as part of her personal protective equipment, she was wearing a powered air purifying respirator (PAPR), which was filtering the air that she was breathing. [1/2/2008]

 
Avian Flu Virus

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[1/2/2008]

 
Global H5N1Human 2007 FIMS 20070122

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[7/21/2007]

 
Ibsm07 Avianflu Graph3

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[7/19/2007]

 
"How Avian Flu Infects" Graphic

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[7/2/2006]

 
Global H5N1inHumanSINCE2006 20060530

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[6/1/2006]

 

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