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Title: Genetic evolution of influenza viruses among selected countries in Latin America, 2017-2018
Authors: Leite, Juliana Almeida 
Resende, Paola 
Araya, Jenny Lara 
Barrera, Gisela Badillo 
Baumeister, Elsa 
Caicedo, Alfredo Bruno 
Coppola, Leticia 
de Mello, Wyller Alencar 
de Mora, Doménica 
Cordeiro Dos Santos, Mirleide 
Fasce, Rodrigo A 
Fernández, Jorge 
Goñi, Natalia 
Martínez, Irma López 
Mayhua, Jannet Otárola 
Motta, Fernando 
Nuñez, Maribel Carmen Huaringa 
Ojeda, Jenny 
Ortega, María José 
Ospitia, Erika 
Paiva, Terezinha Maria de 
Pontoriero, Andrea 
Porras, Hebleen Brenes 
Quinonez, Jose Alberto Diaz 
Ramas, Viviana 
Ramírez, Juliana Barbosa 
Santos, Katia Correa de Oliveira 
Siqueira, Marilda Mendonça 
Vazquez, Cynthia 
Palekar, Rakhee 
Keywords: Influenza Pandémica;Virus de la Influenza;America Latina
Issue Date: 2020
Journal: PloS one 
Abstract: Since the 2009 influenza pandemic, Latin American (LA) countries have strengthened their influenza surveillance systems. We analyzed influenza genetic sequence data from the 2017 through 2018 Southern Hemisphere (SH) influenza season from selected LA countries, to map the availability of influenza genetic sequence data from, and to describe, the 2017 through 2018 SH influenza seasons in LA.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0227962
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