Epidemiology of avian influenza A H7N9 virus in human beings across five epidemics in mainland China, 2013-17: an epidemiological study of laboratory-confirmed case series.

Author(s): Wang X, Jiang H, Wu P, Uyeki TM, Feng L, Lai S, Wang L, Huo X, Xu K, Chen E, He J, Kang M, Zhang R, Zhang J, Wu J, Hu S, Zhang H, Liu X, Fu W, Ou J, Wu S, Qin Y, Zhang Z, Shi Y, Artois J, Fang VJ, Zhu H, Guan Y, Gilbert M, Horby PW, Leung GM, Gao GF, Cowling BJ, Yu HJournal: Lancet Infect DisPMID: 28583578 August 2017
The avian influenza A H7N9 virus has caused infections in human beings in China since 2013. A large epidemic in…

Differences in the Epidemiology of Human Cases of Avian Influenza A(H7N9) and A(H5N1) Viruses Infection.

Author(s): Qin Y, Horby PW, Tsang TK, Chen E, Gao L, Ou J, Nguyen TH, Duong TN, Gasimov V, Feng L, Wu P, Jiang H, Ren X, Peng Z, Li S, Li M, Zheng J, Liu S, Hu S, Hong R, Farrar JJ, Leung GM, Gao GF, Cowling BJ, Yu HJournal: Clin Infect DisPMID: 25940354 August 2015
The pandemic potential of avian influenza viruses A(H5N1) and A(H7N9) remains an unresolved but critically important question.