A genetic finding could help explain why influenza becomes a life-threating disease to some people while it has only mild effects in others.
Genetics of flu susceptibility
Researchers find gene that can transform mild influenza to a life threatening disease
A genetic finding could help explain why influenza becomes a life-threating disease to some people while it has only mild effects in others. New research led by investigators from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute has identified for the first time a human gene that influences how we respond to influenza infection.
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