گزارشات مجله نیچر در خصوص آنفلوانزای مرغی
Bird flu and the future of biosecurity
Plans for restricted access to bird flu papers expected 'within the next few weeks'.
Nature (11 January 2012 )
Call to censor flu studies draws fire
Critics say controversy over publication of mutant-H5N1 research highlights biosecurity weaknesses.
Nature (03 January 2012 )
What really happened in Malta this September when contagious bird flu was first announced
A first-person account of the announcement of mutated H5N1.
Nature Newsblog (03 January 2012 )
Fears grow over lab-bred flu
Scientists call for stricter biosafety measures for dangerous avian-influenza variants.
Nature (20 December 2011 )
Don't censor life-saving science
Controlling who is allowed access to information about mutations in the H5N1 bird flu virus is unacceptable, says Peter Palese.
Nature480, 115 (12 January 2012 )
The long war against flu
That the H5N1 strain of bird flu has not yet caused a pandemic is no cause for complacency. Preparations for the inevitable must be redoubled to mitigate the potential devastation.
Nature454, 137 (10 July 2008 )
Pentagon rethinks bioterror effort
Critics say US$1.5-billion initiative has not delivered results.
Nature (21 September 2011 )
Pandemic flu: from the front lines
Researchers describe the scientific and public-health challenges they face in battling the H1N1 virus.
Nature (02 September 2009 )
Avian influenza aided readiness for swine flu
Despite gains from threat of bird flu, pandemic preparedness is patchy.
Nature (10 June 2009 )
Whatever happened to bird flu?
The media frenzy over bird flu has receded, but the threat of a global epidemic still looms large.
Nature (09 July 2008 )
Barrier to bird flu transmission found in humans
Sugar shape may limit human-to-human spread of avian flu... for now.
Nature (03 January 2008 )
Bird flu mutation sparks concern
Genetic tweak makes virus favour human nose and throat.
Nature (13 January 2006 )
Bird flu may have passed between humans
Infected Thai family alerts health officials to fresh danger.
Nature (29 September 2004 )
Avian flu grows more virulent
Virologists urge surveillance of possible outbreaks.
Nature (29 June 2004 )
The World Health Organization declared the first flu pandemic in 41 years on 11 June 2009. As details of the global impact of the 2009 influenza A (H1N1) virus - and efforts to combat the threat - unfold over the coming months, Nature News provides breaking news and authoritative analysis of the science and the politics behind the headlines.
( 28 June 2009 )
This is the final issue of Nature Reports Avian Flu, bringing you major advances in research into the highly pathogenic influenza A (H5N1) virus and other influenza viruses up to February 2009.
1918 influenza pandemic
In 1918, a highly virulent form of the influenza virus killed at least 20 million people worldwide. Understanding the origin of the virus that caused this pandemic has been a long-standing goal because of the risk that a similar virus could arise and devastate human populations today.
( 18 January 2007 )
Bird flu outbreaks in Asia have prompted the cull of tens of thousands of ducks and chickens to curtail the disease's spread. As the human death toll continues to grow, many are concerned that the virus will mutate and trigger a human pandemic. Here, Nature keeps track of the key events and scientific discoveries as researchers assess the threat.
( 25 August 2004 )