The curious case of the H1N1 mutation6 min read 19 Mar 2015, 04:43 PM IST
India's rejection of an MIT study on swine flu reveals a transcontinental trail of unanswered questions about the genetic data involved
From culture to disease, the global swirl of things in this era of jetliners and the Internet is limitless—olives, jihad, Kim Kardashian and swine flu. So it was last month that I reached out to Ram Sasisekharan, a professor of biological engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, to talk about the growing dread in India about H1N1, popularly called swine flu.
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