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[[Image:H1N1_panmixia.png|thumb|right|400px|High geographic dispersion of H1N1pdm isolates indicating the global nature of this pandemic ([http://knol.google.com/k/tracking-the-evolution-and-geographic-spread-of-influenza-a?collectionId=28qm4w0q65e4w.1&position=2# Parks et al., 2009]).]]
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[[Image:H1N1_panmixia.png|thumb|right|400px|Intermingling of 2009 H1N1 isolates from different continents provides strong evidence of the global nature of this pandemic ([http://knol.google.com/k/tracking-the-evolution-and-geographic-spread-of-influenza-a?collectionId=28qm4w0q65e4w.1&position=2# Parks et al., 2009]).]]
  
 
[[H1N1|H1N1 outbreak]] - GenGIS is being used to examine the geographic spread and evolutionary relationships of the swine flu strains and isolates that have been collected to date.
 
[[H1N1|H1N1 outbreak]] - GenGIS is being used to examine the geographic spread and evolutionary relationships of the swine flu strains and isolates that have been collected to date.
  
 
[[HIV-1 subtype B mobility in Europe | HIV-1 subtype B in Europe]] - Here we show how GenGIS can be used to visualize the results of [http://www.retrovirology.com/content/6/1/49 Paraskevis et al. (2009)] which proposed mobility rates of HIV-1 subtype B in Europe.
 
[[HIV-1 subtype B mobility in Europe | HIV-1 subtype B in Europe]] - Here we show how GenGIS can be used to visualize the results of [http://www.retrovirology.com/content/6/1/49 Paraskevis et al. (2009)] which proposed mobility rates of HIV-1 subtype B in Europe.

Revision as of 11:52, 3 September 2010

Intermingling of 2009 H1N1 isolates from different continents provides strong evidence of the global nature of this pandemic (Parks et al., 2009).

H1N1 outbreak - GenGIS is being used to examine the geographic spread and evolutionary relationships of the swine flu strains and isolates that have been collected to date.

HIV-1 subtype B in Europe - Here we show how GenGIS can be used to visualize the results of Paraskevis et al. (2009) which proposed mobility rates of HIV-1 subtype B in Europe.