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Accession Protein Strain WildtypeAA Position MutatedAA Frequency Date_of_first_submission(YYYYMMDD)
ACR08462 neuraminidase (A/New York/3099/2009(H1N1) N 2 S 1 20090514
ACR10227 neuraminidase (A/Hamburg/4/2009(H1N1) I 32 T 1 20090517
ACQ89919 neuraminidase (A/Mexico/InDRE4114/2009(H1N1) H 36 R 1 20090509
ACQ76379 neuraminidase (A/Indiana/09/2009(H1N1) E 57 K 1 20090506
ACR32987 neuraminidase (A/Sichuan/1/2009(H1N1) V 80 M 1 20090522
ACR08565 neuraminidase (A/Florida/04/2009(H1N1) S 82 P 1 20090515
ACQ76395 neuraminidase (A/Michigan/02/2009(H1N1) V 83 M 1 20090506
ACP41931 neuraminidase (A/California/05/2009(H1N1) S 95 G 4 (stats) 20090427
ACQ63278 neuraminidase (A/New York/19/2009(H1N1) V 106 I 68 (stats) 20090428
ACQ45339 neuraminidase (A/Netherlands/602/2009(H1N1) I 108 V 1 20090430
ACQ89892 neuraminidase (A/Catalonia/48/2009(H1N1) P 120 S 1 20090509
ACR24231 neuraminidase (A/Nonthaburi/104/2009(H1N1) T 213 P 1 20090521
ACQ76298 neuraminidase (A/Texas/09/2009(H1N1) V 241 I 1 20090506
ACQ63278 neuraminidase (A/New York/19/2009(H1N1) N 248 D 70 (stats) 20090428
ACQ99684 neuraminidase (A/Nonthaburi/102/2009(H1N1) G 249 E 3 (stats) 20090509
ACQ42235 neuraminidase (A/Auckland/3/2009(H1N1) N 307 T 1 20090430
ACQ89891 neuraminidase (A/Korea/01/2009(H1N1) S 319 R 1 20090508
Cases of swine flu in Alberta have exceeded 100 almost a month after testing began.
Alberta Health reported 11 new confirmed cases in the province on Tuesday, the largest one-day total so far.
An official with Alberta Health said there is nothing significant in the jump in reported cases.
That brings the total number of swine flu cases to 107 since testing started in late April. All but four cases have been described as mild.
All of the new cases are also reported to be mild. Seven are children and four are adults. They live in southern Alberta, Calgary, central Alberta and the Edmonton region.
Two more New Yorkers infected with swine flu have died, health officials announced Tuesday.
It is not known if the H1N1 virus caused the latest two fatalities - a 41-year-old woman from Queens and a 34-year-old man from Brooklyn.
The new cases bring to four the number of New Yorkers who have died after catching swine flu, said city health commissioner Thomas Frieden said.
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Continued Steps toward H1N1 Vaccine
Published by Maribel Rios on May 26, 2009 11:17 am under Biotech, Manufacturing, R&D
The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is trying to cover all of its bases as it seeks to stockpile a vaccine to fight influenza A (H1N1). GSK and Sanofi are first on the list of drugmakers that will work with HHS to meet its objectives. Research scientists are also preparing for possible drug-resistant strains by making progress toward a new type of drug that will be able to stop the spread of infection and possibly prevent initial infection.
In accordance to an existing contract, HHS has placed an initial order, valued at $190 million, with Sanofi Pasteur for a vaccine. The order provides for the production of the bulk vaccine. However, the company is still awaiting the seed virus from the US Centers for Disease Control. Once the seed virus is obtained, the company says it will have a better timeline of when the vaccine might be available. Moreover, dosage requirements have not yet been determined and the final formulation, filling, and distribution of the vaccine have not yet been established. Sanofi Pasteur also says it “is prepared to commence commercial scale production in June following certification of the working seed by the US Food and Drug Administration.”