Previously, it was found that the canines can be hosts of the subset H3N2, called 'canine influenza virus'; in this case (CIV, for an acronym in English). Because of the flu pandemic, the H1N1 infection affected dogs. Depending on song, the two sub-sets can interact, change new, with the name 'CIVmv'.
The survey revealed that the CIVmv's host dogs remove a red-leaved tube – which is used as an alternative to people in experiments – that they have virus protection devices similar to humans: t so it can be assumed that it is. the virus is also at risk from species.
The danger of lack of protection against the new type is explained by Song. Despite trying to develop a vaccine, the work is more complex due to the lack of impact of CIVmv.
At the same time, high virus infection has been demonstrated. In one case, which was examined by the Korean scientist, he was sent out to shelter, where 100% of the animals had been diseased and 40% died.
CIVmv can become an endeminal virus among the nearest pets, Warns warns. The other risk is the ability to grow. "Existing VSDs can reconstruct or recreate viruses of the human flu virus and cause new viruses that may result in the production of individual pandemics," said the sufferer. T research.
The full results of the inquiry will be presented at the Society of Microbiology's annual conference in Belfast (UK) on 10 April.