File:CDC scientist transfers H7N9.png

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English: A CDC scientist uses a pipette to transfer H7N9 virus into vials for sharing with partner laboratories for public health research purposes.
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  • Photo Credit: James Gathany
  • Content Providers: CDC/ Douglas E. Jordan
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