Transatlantic spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 by wild birds from Europe to North America in 2021

V. Caliendo, N. S. Lewis, A. Pohlmann, S. R. Baillie, A. C. Banyard, M. Beer, I. H. Brown, R. A.M. Fouchier, R. D.E. Hansen, T. K. Lameris, A. S. Lang, S. Laurendeau, O. Lung, G. Robertson, H. van der Jeugd, T. N. Alkie, K. Thorup, M. L. van Toor, J. Waldenström, C. YasonT. Kuiken*, Y. Berhane

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