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  • noun Plural form of reassortment.

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Examples

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    David Kirby: Swine Flu 1999: We Were Warned

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    GlobalResearch.ca

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Fortunately, back then the North Carolina agriculture department introduced new diagnostic tests that were advanced enough to identify emerging "reassortments" of novel viruses mixing human and animal components.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • New influenza viruses are often generated by mixing of genetic material from existing influenza viruses, known as "reassortments".

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • "We don't know how often these reassortments occur in nature - probably more than we want to realize," agreed Dr. Newton MacCormack, chief of communicable disease control at the NC health department.

    David Kirby: Swine Flu 1999: We Were Warned

  • There could be mutations or reassortments occur with the virus, meaning it changes, so that even the clinical picture would change over time.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2009

  • And that potential for an infection right now, that is not efficiently being spread from birds to humans in Asia, nor efficiently from human to human, by mutations or recombinations or reassortments of these viruses, can actually acquire, usually gradually, the ability to do that.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2005

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