Hal Ballin

An illustration explaining how antigenic shift can occur in the influenza virus. Antigenic shift occurs when two or more different strains of one or more viruses combine to form a new subtype having a mixture of each original virus`s surface antigens. The process may occur in any number of viruses, but influenza is the best-known example. Antigen....
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