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FLIFlick (Motion Video Format)
FLIFatty Liver Index (medicine)
FLIFrançais Langue d'Intégration (French: French Language Integration)
FLIFront Line Infantry
FLIFritz Lipmann Institute (Germany)
FLIFos-Like Immunoreactivity (neuroscience)
FLIFirst Light Imager
FLIForeign Language Interface
FLIFont Library
FLIForward-Looking Information
FLIFriedrich Loeffler Institute (animal health; Germany)
FLIFrance Life Imaging (France)
FLIFrench Language Institute (France)
FLIForeign Language Institute
FLIFlexible Line Interpretation (graphics format on 8-bit computers)
FLIFluid Level Indicator (engines/transmissions)
FLIFluorescence Line Imager
FLIAtlantic Airways Faroe Islands (ICAO code)
FLIForce Level Information
FLIFatherhood Leadership Initiative (Conshohocken, PA)
FLIFuel Level Indicator
FLIFederation of Lasallian Institutions
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This work was supported by Agence Nationale de Securite Sanitaire, Friedrich Loeffler Institute, and the EMIDA ERA-Net Project "Orbinet" (BMBF FKZ031 5858).
They were analysed at the Virology Laboratory, Weybridge, using information provided by the Friedrich Loeffler Institute, Germany.
The cat was found at the weekend on the Island of Ruegen, where more than 100 wild birds have tested positive for H5N1, said Thomas Met-tenleiter, head of Germany's Friedrich Loeffler Institute. It is believed to have eaten part of an infected bird, following a pattern of disease transmission seen in Asian big cats, the institute said.
The cat was found over the weekend on the Island of Ruegen, where more than 100 wild birds have tested positive for H5N1, said Thomas Mettenleiter, head of Germany's Friedrich Loeffler Institute.
One site, a chicken farm in Hokkerup (online Appendix Figure, wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/18/7/120385-FA 1.htm), was selected for study because of its location close (6 km) to the German border and proximity (<10 km) to an SBV-infected sheep farm in Germany, as reported on March 9, 2012, by the Friedrich Loeffler Institute surveillance website (www.fli.bund.de).