Evolutionary dynamics of the N1 neuraminidases of the main lineages of influenza A viruses
Influenza A virus infects a wide range of hosts including birds, humans, pigs, horses, and other mammals. Because hosts differ in immune system structure and demography, it is therefore expected that host populations leave different imprints on the viral
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