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Characterization of viral genomic mutations in novel influenza A (H7N9)-infected patients: the association between oseltamivir-resistant variants and viral shedding duration

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Characterization of viral genomic mutations in novel influenza A (H7N9)-infected patients: the association between oseltamivir-resistant variants and viral shedding duration
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Virus Genes, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11262-019-01678-8
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Renke Chen, Qianda Zou, Guoliang Xie, Fei Yu, Xianzhi Yang, Lingyong Cao, Zhaoxia Huo, Shufa Zheng

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#11,863,622
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#565
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#172,036
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#12
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