Influenza A H7N9

H7N9 has caused 5 epidemic waves of infection among humans in China, resulting in 1307 laboratory-confirmed clinical cases and 489 deaths among 2013 to 2017 since its first documentation. According to reports of H7N9 virus outbreaks among humans in China, the virus clustered into the Yangtze River Delta lineage and the Pearl River Delta lineage. Infections of H7N9 are associated with considerable morbidity and mortality, particularly within certain demographic groups. This rapid increase in cases over a brief time period is alarming and has raised concerns about the pandemic potential of the H7N9 virus.

Reference:
• Nianchen Wang. Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Viruses Co-circulating among Chickens, Southern China. Emerging Infectious Diseases.2017
• W. D. TANNER. REVIEW ARTICLE The pandemic potential of avian influenza A (H7N9) virus: a review. Epidemiol. Infect. 2015

 

Reagents of H7N9 by Influenza Antigens

All Influenza H7N9 Reagents (Proteins | Antibodies | cDNAs | ELISA Kits)

H7N9 Proteins

  • • H7N9 Hemagglutinin / HA protein
  • • H7N9 Neuraminidase / NA protein
  • • H7N9 Nucleoprotein / NP protein
  • • H7N9 Matrix protein 1 / M1 protein

H7N9 Antibodies

  • • H7N9 Hemagglutinin / HA antibody
  • • H7N9 Nucleoprotein / NP antibody

H7N9 cDNAs/Genes

  • • H7N9 Hemagglutinin / HA cDNA
  • • H7N9 Neuraminidase / NA cDNA
  • • H7N9 Nucleoprotein / NP cDNA
  • • H7N9 Matrix protein 1 / M1 cDNA
  • • H7N9 Nonstructural protein 1 / NS1 cDNA

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