Monitoring and Regulation

A continuous antigenic drift is observed in influenza virus, Therefore vaccines that are to be used should be designed periodically for different strains of viruses along with the wild type of viruses which are found in particular season. Preparation for the pandemic which may result from antigenic shifts that are currently unavailable in human population is necessary.


Many parameters are studied to screen infection of influenza virus in rats. Most commonly used parameters include mean of survival of rats, lung viral titers, alterations in body weight formation etc.


  • Risk Management and Mitigation
  • Intervention Stratergies
  • Pandemic Preparedness
  • Influenza Prevention in Developing Countries

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