Flu /Influenza Virus

Influenza viruses are among the most common causes of human respiratory infections, and are also among the most significant because they cause high morbidity and mortality. Influenza outbreaks have apparently occurred since atleast the Middle Ages. In the elderly, in infants, and in people with chronic diseases, influenza is associated with especially high mortality. In the United States, flu results in approximately 200,000 hospitalizations and 36,000 deaths in a typical endemic season.

  • Structure of influenza virus
  • Influenza virus RNA genome
  • The neuraminidase of influenza virus
  • Influenza virus RNA: Translation into protein
  • Entry into Cells
  • Rna synthesis
  • Assembly

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