More effective flu medicines could be in the pipeline, with a recent breakthrough by National University of Singapore scientists in understanding how the flu virus infects people.
The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine study found that flu viruses can hijack a class of proteins called CD151, which are part of human respiratory cells.
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