They were analysed at the Virology Laboratory, Weybridge, using information provided by the Friedrich Loeffler Institute, Germany.
What does FLI stand for?
FLI stands for Friedrich Loeffler Institute (animal health; Germany)
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- Flick (Motion Video Format)
- Fluid Level Indicator (engines/transmissions)
- Fluorescence Line Imager
- Force Level Information
- Foreign Language Institute
- Forward-Looking Information
- Fos-Like Immunoreactivity (neuroscience)
- Français Langue d'Intégration (French: French Language Integration)
- France Life Imaging (France)
- French Language Institute (France)
- Fritz Lipmann Institute (Germany)
- Fuel Level Indicator
- Fast Laser Imaging - Mapping Airborne Platform (helicopter survey system; John E. Chance & Associates, Inc.)
- Float in/Float out
- Fellow of the Life Insurance Association
- Feria del Libro Independiente y Alternativa (Spanish: Independent and Alternative Book Fair)
- Feria del Libro Independiente Y Autogestiva (Spanish: Independent and Self-Managed Book Fair)
- Foreign Languags and/or International Affairs (University of Puget Sound)
- Frankie Laine International Appreciation Society
- Fachverband Luftdichtheit im Bauwesen (German: Association for Airtightness in Buildings; Kassel, Germany)
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Virologists from the Friedrich Loeffler Institute infected five 10-week-old pigs with the human strain of virus and housed them with three uninfected pigs.
Scientists from such institutes as Istituto Zooprofilatico Sperimentale (Italy), Veterinary Laboratories Agency (UK), Southeastern Poultry Research Laboratory (USA), Australian Animal Health Laboratory, and Friedrich Loeffler Institute (Germany) have voiced their support for the FAO and OIE position that vaccine delivery alone is insufficient to halt virus circulation and to protect animal or human health.