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Coronavirus mutations: what we’ve learned so far


ImageFlow/Shutterstock Lucy van Dorp, UCL In early January, the first genome sequence of Sars-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – was released under the moniker “Wuhan-1”. This string of 30,000 letters (the A, T, C and Gs of the genetic code) marked day one in the race to understand the genetics of this newly discovered coronavirus. Now, a further …

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