Tuesday, 2019/7/23 09:37 hour Abu Dhabi time
Genetic map helps to develop new grapefruit vaccine
Researchers have noticed in the past that the gripping viruses that left the pandemic in the past were created by a mechanism called "regrouping." A virus that influences a species, such as birds, exchanges genes with a virus that affects individuals, such as humans. It's anti-antibodies.
In an effort to track down the process, a team of UK, Australian, and United States researchers have created a new genetic map of the A-virus arrest genome, one of & # 39; the most dangerous viruses of the virus.
In the study, published in the journal Nature Microbiology, the research team could draw a genetic map and identify viruses that are compatible with the virus, while providing a checklist of candidate types for the gene. exchange process.
The researchers said their findings could not be used to predict the time of a pandemic, but with the knowledge of viruses that are easier to switch genes, the capabilities could be limited, leading to the development of an antiviral fax. could accelerate.
The results could also help people responsibly to respond to & # 39; scale an epidemic to determine the severity of an illness so that they can take appropriate measures to stop their spread.