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How does SARS-CoV2 infect people, and what are researchers learning about its possible vulnerabilities?
In a richly illustrated infographic from Jennifer E. Fairman, which the Bloomberg School animated into this accompanying video, professor Andrew... Read More | Share it now!
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Cell, Making Sense of Mutation: What D614G Means for the COVID-19 Pandemic Remains Unclear
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In this video we explore the D614G mutation in SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein, which is thought to play a key role for higher viral transmissibility.
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Known and unknowns
First coronavirus, 10,000 to 300 million years ago
Seven strains infect humans
Four that cause common colds, 2 from rodents, 2 from bats
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In this video, we will explore how Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) can harm individuals by exploring its pathophysiology, immunopathology, and evasion of host immune defenses.
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