Influenza Series: Influenza B Virus Updates

Influenza occurs all over the world, with an annual global attack rate estimated at 5 – 10% in adults and 20 – 30% in children. Influenza is associated with considerable economic burden arising from health-care costs, lost days of work or education, and general social...

Influenza Series: Influenza A Virus Updates

Influenza is an acute respiratory disease caused by the influenza virus also commonly known as “flu”. Flu differs from the “common cold,” which is also associated with mild respiratory symptoms, being a more severe form of respiratory infection. Worldwide, about...
Influenza Series: Updates on Influenza research

Influenza Series: Updates on Influenza research

Influenza is a highly contagious disease and occasionally pandemics. Current available options to counter influenza infections include both antivirals and active/passive immunization. Till now licensed therapeutic choices are limited to two classes of FDA-approved...