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Identification of hemagglutinin structural domain and polymorphisms which may modulate swine H1N1 interactions with human receptor

Veljko Veljkovic*, Henry L Niman, Sanja Glisic, Nevena Veljkovic, Vladimir Perovic and Claude P Muller

BMC Structural Biology 2009, 9:62  doi:10.1186/1472-6807-9-62

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Typo/grammar

Marc Eppley   (2009-10-26 09:28)  HMDVM email

The final sentence of the paragraph following Table 2 beginning "We further investigated..." contains a grammatical error or typo. I'm not sure exactly what was intended.

"This suggests that the mutations in A/H1N1 that predispose for the human interaction pattern are remarkable of more prevalent than mutations that predispose for the swine interaction pattern."

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