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Accession: PRJNA292646 ID: 292646

Johns Hopkins Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance (JHCEIRS)

Johns Hopkins CEIRS (JH-CEIRS) is developing improved methods to rapidly identify circulating influenza strains during the flu season. To do so, human influenza virus strains in the United States and Taiwan are being tracked as part of an effort to build a database of influenza cases in real time from hospitals and other health care facilities. Such surveillance and tracking in a centralized database could aid in the development of influenza vaccines that better match the circulating seasonal strains. In addition, researchers are analyzing the impact of influenza virus infection on human respiratory epithelial cells to better understand how to control and treat influenza infections.
TypeUmbrella project (Subtype:Disease)
  • "NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance" (Grant ID HHSN272201400007C, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
SubmissionRegistration date: 12-Aug-2015
NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance
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Sequence data
Nucleotide (Genomic RNA)1920
Protein Sequences2798
This project encompasses the following 3 sub-projects:
Project TypeNumber of Projects
PRJNA297517Influenza A virusInfluenza A Virus Interactions with Epithelial Cells (NIAID Centers of Excellence...)
PRJNA297568Influenza A virusDetermining Pandemic Potential of Influenza A Virus Isolates (NIAID Centers of Excellence...)
random survey1
PRJNA297569Middle East respiratory syndrome-related coronavirusMERS Mobile Analysis Platform (MAPs) (NIAID Centers of Excellence...)

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