Tag Archives: H1N1

Research show administration of Tamiflu reduces risk of death by 25 percent for H1N1 patients


Tweet Researchers at the University of Nottingham revealed on Monday that people infected with H1N1 influenza during the 2009-2010 pandemic were less likely to die if they were given antiviral drugs such as Tamiflu. The research, published in The Lancet … Read More »

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Grime Busters introduces NOK OUT for use in H1N1 disinfecting protocol


Tweet Grime Busters introduced NOK OUT on Tuesday as a hospital-grade disinfectant that will kill the influenza virus, including H1N1, on various surfaces and in the air. Laboratory tests show the disinfectant kills germs in 10 minutes through oxidization, which … Read More »

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Alabama Department of Public Health announces high H1N1 activity


Tweet The Alabama Department of Public Health recently announced that Alabama is experiencing high H1N1 influenza activity and is encouraging the public to get vaccinated against the flu to prevent infection. The Alabama Department of Public Health reported high H1N1 … Read More »

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Bioradar warns Swine Flu pandemic will hit in 2014


Tweet Bioradar UK, Ltd., announced on Tuesday that it predicts a third H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic will occur in the upcoming flu season, based on analyses it conducted of 35,529 sequences in two H1N1 Replikins genes. Bioradar accurately predicted the … Read More »

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H1N1-triggered narcolepsy caused by “molecular mimicry”


Tweet Researchers at Stanford University School Of Medicine said on Wednesday that narcolepsy can be triggered by H1N1 virus in people who are genetically susceptible. The study showed “molecular mimicry” between a region of hypocretin protein and a protein in … Read More »

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Vaxart announces Phase I results of tablet influenza vaccine


Tweet Vaxart, Inc., a San Francisco-based vaccine development company, announced positive safety and immunogenicity data on Wednesday from Phase I clinical studies with its oral tablet H1N1 seasonal influenza vaccine candidate. In a placebo controlled, double-blind, randomized, dose-escalation study, Vaxart’s … Read More »

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A*STAR and Cytos begin landmark influenza clinical trial in Singapore


Tweet The Singapore-based Agency for Science, Technology and Research and the Switzerland-based Cytos Biotechnology AG announced on Friday that the first healthy volunteer received an H1N1 influenza vaccine dose for a Phase I clinical trial. The vaccine candidate, which is … Read More »

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CEL-SCI and NIAID collaborate on bird flu study


Tweet The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and scientists from CEL-SCI Corporation recently submitted an efficacy study for publication related to the use of activated dendritic cells to treat H1N1 bird flu. The collaborative study involved the use … Read More »

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U.K. to monitor drug-resistant pandemic swine flu

Resistance to Tamiflu may be on the rise

Scientists develop mathematical model for zoonotic disease transmission

Two February H1N1 flu deaths reported in Taiwan

Pregnant women who received H1N1 vaccine less likely to have premature birth

University of Louisville researchers explore H1N1 outbreak

Doctors in Israel find three newborns with swine flu

Study: H1N1 flu vaccines are safe during pregnancy

Swine flu outbreak hits West Bank

NVIDIA GPUs used to power H1N1 research

Thailand begins trial on avian influenza nasal spray vaccine

Vaccinating against H1N1 during pregnancy may cut premature birth risk

Oseltamivir-resistant H1N1 may spread

Report shows effect of antivirals during Mexican H1N1 epidemic

Outbreak of swine flu hits Bangladesh nurses

CDC advises prisons on influenza protocols

Delhi on high alert after six reported swine flu cases

Indonesia reports fourth avian influenza death

Mexico says no cause for alarm in face of rising H1N1 cases

Mexico identifies 573 H1N1 cases

Hong Kong raises bird flu alert level to “serious”

Scientists create first complete H1N1 computer model

H1N1 epidemic was more dangerous in Mexico, study reveals

Upper airway infections the source of narcolepsy, not H1N1 vaccinations