Anti-Flu Drug Discovery Products

Influenza viruses are part of the Orthomyxoviridae family and are categorized into four types: A, B, C, and D. Influenza A and B viruses are responsible for seasonal flu epidemics and are the most common types that cause disease in humans.

  • Influenza A viruses are known to cause seasonal flu outbreaks and occasional pandemics. There are a wide variety of potential influenza A virus strains.
  • Influenza B viruses don't have subtypes but can cause seasonal epidemics of influenza. They mainly infect humans and are less likely to undergo dramatic genetic changes compared to influenza A viruses.
  • Influenza C viruses cause mild respiratory symptoms and are less common in humans compared to types A and B.
  • Influenza D virus was first discovered in 2011 and is known to predominantly infect cattle and to a lesser extent, pigs.

At Creative Biolabs, we are committed to supporting the efforts of researchers in their fight against infectious diseases. We provide researchers with valuable tools for their studies on various influenza viruses. Our antibody products are produced with high quality and strict control to ensure their specificity for influenza virus proteins.

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