File Entry: Krishnasarma pathy, (2017) The influenza A virus subtypes H1N1, H1N2 and H3N2 ,HDFx: A Novel Immunomodulator and Potential Fighter Against Cytoki Infections- Carica papaya Linn. Int J clinical & case. 1:7, 140-144

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The discovery of a new, biologic host-defense protein, “HDFx”, may provide a unique way to ameliorate and prevent the “cytokine
storms” and haemorrhages seen in severe influenza infections.The influenza A virus subtypes H1N1, H1N2 and H3N2 are prevalent in
pig populations worldwide. All scientific data point towards swine as the key host species for new human influenza pandemics, which
have been suggested to evolve in pigs from viral genes of avian, human and porcine origin. Therefore, it is of major importance torecord
the evolution of swine influenza viruses in pigs, and in particular monitor hallmarks of adaptation to humans. The scope of this
paper was to increase the understanding of the genetics of swine influenza virus (SIV), and to investigate the importance of different
viral gene markers in association with differences in pathogenicity of two viruses of H1N2 subtype in pigs. The results from this study
demonstrate, for the first time, natural reassortment in H1N2 viruses in the pig populations of Sweden. As well as india
 


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