Influenza Virus

Influenza Virus

The influenza virus is a member of the Orthomyxoviridae family of segmented, single-stranded, negatively charged RNA viruses. Three different influenza virus types—A, B, and C—are included in this group. While type B and C viruses only affect humans, type A viruses affect both domesticated and wild birds, horses, swine, other mammals, and humans.In the United States, seasonal epidemics of disease are brought on by human influenza A and B viruses almost every winter. An influenza pandemic can be brought on by the spread of a brand-new, radically different influenza virus. Infections with influenza type C are thought to only cause a mild respiratory illness and not epidemics. Each virus subtype has undergone mutation, resulting in a variety of strains with various levels of pathogenicity; some are pathogenic to one species but not to others, and some are pathogenic to several.

Influenza Virus related products

Structure Cat No. Product Name CAS No. Product Description
V10815 Chebulinic Acid 18942-26-2 Chebulinic Acid is a naturally occurringellagitannin isolated from T.
V3003 KIN1148 1428729-56-9 KIN1148 isa small-molecule agonist of the IRF3 (RIG-I-like receptor) pathway and a novel adjuvant therapy of influenza vaccine that is able to enhance the efficacy of flu vaccine.
V5118 Oseltamivir phosphate (GS-4104) 204255-11-8 Oseltamivir phosphate (GS 4104;Tamiflu) is a potent neuraminidase inhibitor and an approved antiviral drug that has been widely used for the treatment and prophylaxis of influenza A and B.
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