publication . Article . Preprint . 2012

Bogoch Replikins Pandemic Prevention: Increase of Strain-Specific Influenza Genomic Replikin Counts, Having Predicted Outbreaks and their Location Seven Times Consecutively, Up to Two Years in Advance, Provides Time for Prevention of Pandemics

Samuel Bogoch; Samuel Bogoch; Elenore Bogoch;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2012 Journal: Nature Precedings (eissn: 1756-0357, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Abstract
Earlier studies have shown that the increased concentration of a new class of virus genomic peptides, Replikins, precedes and predicts virus outbreaks. We now find that the area in the genome of the highest concentration of Replikins, and the country in which this peak exists in scout viruses, have permitted in the past five years seven consecutive accurate predictions of the geographic localization of coming outbreaks, including those now realized in Mexico for H1N1, and in Cambodia for H5N1. Real-time Replikin analysis of the evolution of the virus genome identified both mutations and structural reorganization of the hemagglutinin and p B1 genes over several y...
Subjects
free text keywords: Biotechnology, Genetics & Genomics, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Pandemic, Virology, Outbreak, Biology
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publication . Article . Preprint . 2012

Bogoch Replikins Pandemic Prevention: Increase of Strain-Specific Influenza Genomic Replikin Counts, Having Predicted Outbreaks and their Location Seven Times Consecutively, Up to Two Years in Advance, Provides Time for Prevention of Pandemics

Samuel Bogoch; Samuel Bogoch; Elenore Bogoch;