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A live attenuated vaccine against SARS-CoV. Continue reading
Different coronaviruses use different proteases to cleave the the S protein for cell entry. Continue reading
Nice summary post from PLOS Pathogens explaining where we’re at with MERS. Continue reading
Coronaviruses are a hot topic at present. In this podcast, MicrobiologyBytes looks at where they come from and how they might affect you. Continue reading
See: 10 things you should know about novel coronavirus (nCoV)
People are dying from novel coronavirus (nCoV) infection. Here are 10 things you should know. Continue reading
Novel Coronavirus is Well-adapted to Humans, Susceptible to Immunotherapy The new coronavirus that has emerged in the Middle East is well-adapted to infecting humans but could potentially be treated with immunotherapy. HCoV-EMC can penetrate the bronchial epithelium and evade the innate … Continue reading
Acute respiratory viruses cause substantial morbidity and mortality worldwide. Lower respiratory-tract infections are the leading cause of communicable disease death and among the top five contributors to disability-adjusted life years. Viruses are the primary cause of lower respiratory-tract infections in … Continue reading