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Viral Library

H5N1 Library Index

Document ID Author Month, Year Title
0057 USA 2.2004 Bioshield Act Legislature
0055 Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly 3.2010 Memorandum: The handling of the H1N1 pandemic: more transparency needed
0056 Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly 3.2010 The handling of the H1N1 pandemic: more transparency needed
0058 EVM 3.2010 European Vaccine Manufacturers statement on Council of Europe resolution on “The handling of the H1N1 pandemic: more transparency needed”
0001 Fouchier 3.2011 Cross-protective immunity against influenza pH1N1 2009 viruses induced by seasonal influenza A (H3N2) virus is mediated by virus-specific T-cells
0002 Sorell 8.2011 Predicting ‘airborne’ influenza viruses: (trans-) mission impossible?
0003 ESWI 9.2011 ESWI News Letter 9/11-14/2011
0004 Harmon 9.2011 What Will the Next Influenza Pandemic Look Like?
0005 MacKenzie 9.2011 Five easy mutations to make bird flu a lethal pandemic
0008 Enserink 11.2011 Scientists Brace for Media Storm Around controversial Flu studies
0007 MacKenzie 11.2011 Bioterror fears could block crucial flu research
0006 WHO 11.2011 WHO Concerned that new H5N1 influenza research could undermine the 2011 Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework
0012 Fauci 12.2011 A Flu Virus Risk Worth Taking
0009 Garrett 12.2011 The Bioterrorist Next Door
0010 Ingelsby 12.2011 The Risk of Engineering Highly Transmissible H5N1 Virus
0011 NSABB 12.2011 Press Statement on the NSABB Review of H5N1 Research
0020 Enserink 1.2012 Flu Researcher Ron Fouchier: 'It's a Pity That It Has Come to This'
0018 Fouchier 1.2012 Restricted Data on Influenza H5N1 Virus Transmission
0019 Fouchier 1.2012 Pause on Avian Flu Transmission Research
0022 Fouchier 1.2012 Interview with Ron Fouchier
0013 Garrett 1.2012 Flu Season
0021 Kawaoka 1.2012 Flu transmission work is urgent
0023 NSABB 1.2012 Adaptations of Avian Flu are Cause for Concern
0014 NYT 1.2012 An Engineered Doomsday
0017 Osterholm 1.2012 Life Sciences at a Crossroads: Respiratory Transmissible H5N1
0016 Palese 1.2012 Don't censor life-saving science
0015 Racaniello 1.2012 Science Should Be in the Public Domain
0024 Webster 1.2012 Mammalian Transmissible H5N1 Influenza: The Dilemma of Dual-Use Research
0025 Butler 2.2012 Death-rate row blurs mutant flu debate
0029 Cohen 2.2012 Surprising Twist in Debate Over Lab-Made H5N1
0030 LAT 2.2012 NSC wants to rule on research that could lead to biological weapons
0028 Osterholm 2.2012 Mammalian Transmissible H5N1 Influenza: Facts and Perspective
0027 Palese 2.2012 H5N1 Influenza: Facts, not Fear
0026 WHO 2.2012 Report on technical consultation on H5N1 research issues
0032 Cohen 3.2012 NSABB Members React to Request for Second Look at H5N1 Flu Studies
0031 Malakoff 3.2012 Senior US Lawmaker Leaps into H5N1 Flu Controversy
0033 NSABB 3.2012 March 29-30, 2012 Meeting of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity to Review Revised Manuscripts on Transmissibility of A/H5N1 Influenza Virus
0034 USA 3.2012 United States Government Policy for Oversight of Life Sciences Dual Use Research of Concern
0038 Ingelsby 4.2012 Biosecurity the Risk of Dual-Use Research: Testimony of Tom Ingelsby
0036 NYT 4.2012 The Latest on the Doomsday Virus
0035 Osterholm 4.2012 Open letter to Amy Patterson
0037 Patterson 4.2012 Open Letter to Michael Osterholm
0059 Nature 3.2012 Framework for Assessing the Risks and Benefits of Communicating Dual Use Information That May Have Biosecurity Implications
0040 Brent 5.2012 Development of biological technology: Where the H5N1 flu story fits, and thoughts for after
0041 Kawaoka 5.2012 Experimental adaptation of an influenza H5 HA confers respiratory droplet transmission to a reassortant H5 HA/H1N1 virus in ferrets
0039 NAS 5.2012 Issues Raised, Lessons Learned, and Paths Forward for Dual-Use Research in the Life Sciences: The H5N1 Research Controversy
0060 Maher 5.2012 The Biosecurity Oversight
0052 WHO 5.2012 WHO Activities Following 16-17 2012 Technical Consultation Meeting
0050 Enserink 6.2012 For Young Scientists, A Wild Ride
0051 Enserink 6.2012 Public at last, H5N1 study offers insight into virus's possible path to pandemic
0043 Fauci 6.2012 Benefits and Risks of Influenza Research: Lessons Learned
0042 Fouchier 6.2012 Airborne Transmission of Influenza A/H5N1 Virus Between Ferrets
0044 Frankel 6.2012 Regulating the Boundaries of Dual-Use Research
0049 Malakoff 6.2012 How Much Longer Will Moratorium Last
0047 Rapuolli 6.2012 Influenza: Options to Improve Pandemic Preparation
0046 Schneier 6.2012 Securing Medical Research a Cyber Security Point of View
0048 Trevan 6.2012 Do not censor science in the name of biosecurity
0045 Wolinetz 6.2012 Implementing the New U.S. Dual-Use Policy
0053 Connor 7.2012 Experts Condemn Plan to Lift Ban on Research into Deadly H5N1 Bird Flu Virus
0054 Greenfieldboyce 7.2012 Bird Flu Researchers to Meet About Research Moratorium
0061 Connor 8.2012 Scientists call for a longer ban on bird flu research