SARS-CoV-2

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SARS-CoV-2
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Commons: SARS-CoV-2

SARS coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) es un filamento singulo RNA coronavirus que causa le maladia COVID-19. [1] Ante soleva cognoscite ut 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) ab le Organisation Mundial del Sanitate (Anglese:World Health Organization) (WHO).[2][3]

Le virus lanceava le 2019–20 coronavirus eruption.[4][5][6] Le primus cases suspectate esseva reportate ad WHO in le December 31, 2019.[7][8] Plures primero casos del hoc novo coronavirus fue vinculate ad Huanan Mercato Grosero de Alimento del Mar (Mariscos), China. Le virus poteva venite ex animales appestate. Non es certe que iste loco fue le fonte del epidemic. [9]

Le material genetic de iste nova coronavirus mostra similaritates ad SARS-CoV (79.5%)[10] e coronaviruses vespertilion (96%).[14] Hoc significa que le virus pote habe primum venite ex vespertilion.[11][12][13] Le scientistas faceva pluriore experimentas que mostrava que le virus forsan vadeva ex vespertilion ad hoste intermediate, significante alter animal inter le vespertilion et humanos.

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  11. Sample CoVZC45 and CoVZXC21, see there for an interactive visualisation Patrono:Webarchive
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