Influenza virus is an infectious agent belonging to the virus family Orthomyxoviridae that causes a respiratory tract infection (influenza or 'flu') in vertebrates. There are three main species, and of these, influenza A viruses cause the most virulent infections in humans and are also a common cause of zoonotic infections.
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