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Image credit: “Mouse Intestine Tissue Autophagy” by Dimitra Kalamida is licensed under a CC BY 4.0 license. This article was reviewed by Dr. Phil Lange, one of our subject matter experts. The paper we’ll be demystifying can be found here, if you’d like to follow along! TL;DR: Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences found a SARS-CoV-2 … Continue reading Cleaning House: How SARS-CoV-2 Evades Cellular Clean-up
This sidebar was fact-checked by Manolya Sag. Viruses, with their large numbers and fast replication time, are always evolving. For the RNA virus SARS-CoV-2, mutations are constantly occurring during its replication. In fact, it has been estimated by the COVID-19 Genomics UK Consortium that approximately 4000 mutations have arisen in the virus’ spike protein alone. … Continue reading The UK Variant: What We Know and What We Don’t
This article was reviewed by Dr. Daniel Kneller and Dr. Andrey Kovalevsky. Dr. Kneller is the first author on this paper and Dr. Kovalevsky is the principle investigator. Drs Kneller and Kovalevsky are also two of our subject matter experts. The paper we’re demystifying today can be found here, if you’d like to follow along. Introduction As … Continue reading A Crystal Clear View of the SARS-CoV-2 Protease
This article was reviewed by Dr. Carolina Camargo, one of our subject matter experts. The paper we’ll be demystifying can be found here, if you’d like to follow along! TL;DR Adults living with HIV are similarly affected by COVID-19 in comparison to the public. Therefore, HIV-infected adults should receive similar COVID-19 treatment options as the … Continue reading Are HIV-Infected Adults More At-Risk For COVID-19?
The hidden war between viruses and host cells has influenced the evolution of all life on earth. For millions of years, viruses have acquired and refined weapons to undermine cell defenses and redirect cellular processes to the task of viral replication. Surviving cells created defenses to stave off initial attacks and “remember” attacks, so more … Continue reading Hide-and-seek: how SARS-CoV-2 hides from our immune system
For the original article, please follow this link. This article was reviewed by Dr. Emily Bowman, one of our subject matter experts. Brief Summary: This study by Denis Pierron et al. investigated the reliability of self-reported smell and taste change numbers across France as an indicator to predict surges of COVID-19 hospital admissions and a basis for … Continue reading Smell and Taste Changes: The Best Way to Guide Lockdown Policy?
This is the fourth instalment of our Science to English dictionary. Our first instalment can be found here, the second instalment can be found here and the third instalment can be found here. R S T V W
This is the second instalment of our Science to English dictionary. You can find our first instalment (with terms from A-C) here and our second instalment (D-I) here. L M P
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