Editor’s Selections: Mixed infection with influenza virus, a bitter taste in your lungs, and is climate change for the birds?

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By Vincent Racaniello

Vincent RacanielloVincent Racaniello selects several notable posts each week from molecular and cellular biology and virology. He blogs at virology blog.

  • Reassortment is one of the drivers of influenza virus evolution. How often are we infected with more than one influenza virus strain?
  • Is taste just a spin-off of smell? Blurring the fuzzy line between smell, taste, and nociception
  • Sixty years from now, over half of California could be occupied by novel bird communities

I’ll be back next Friday with more selections.

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