Influenza Virus: Structure, Strains & Infections
Infographic Dec 12, 2018
In the early 1900s when ‘Spanish Flu‘ ravaged the global population, the virus was a relatively novel concept. Since then, our knowledge of viruses has come a long way, as has our understanding of how they interact with our immune system.
Download this infographic to learn about:
- Influenza virus structure, genetics and naming conventions
- The problems of cross-species transmission
- How influenza interacts with the immune system
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