STM publisher Wiley-Blackwell (Chichester, UK) has launched an online reference web site that offers free access to research articles and publications relating to Influenza A H1N1.STM (Scanning Tunneling Microscope) A microscope that can image down to the atomic level. An STM uses a piezoelectric tube with a tiny sharp tip at the end that is moved within nanometers of the object being sampled. publisher Wiley-Blackwell (Chichester, UK) has launched an online reference web site that offers free access to research articles and publications relating to Influenza A influenza A
Influenza caused by infection with a strain of influenza virus type A.
influenza A Infectious disease An avian virus, especially of ducks–which in China live near the pig reservoir and 'vector'; H1N1. The content includes articles and related content from 15 Wiley-Blackwell journals, including "The Cochrane Library," "The Hospitalist hos·pi·tal·ist
A physician, usually an internist, who specializes in the care of hospitalized patients.
hospitalist ," "Journal of Travel Medicine" and "Applied Microbiology," among others, as well as seven books, including "Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases" and "Infectious Disease Infectious disease
A pathological condition spread among biological species. Infectious diseases, although varied in their effects, are always associated with viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, multicellular parasites and aberrant proteins known as prions. Surveillance." Wiley-Blackewell said the current public health emergency and worldwide concern about the HIN1 virus prompted its decision to offer free access.