Riccardo Papa
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Mutations are part of life: the biology of COVID-19

There is no doubt that the current COVID-19 pandemic has changed our daily lives and is a constant topic in the news or daily conversations. Recently, due to the new virus’s strain discovered in England, the attention has shifted to the possibility of mutations in the SARS-CoV2 to create more infectious variants that could interfere with the currently available vaccines. To better understand the likelihood that this may occur, there are few things we should know about mutations first.

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Aunque necesitamos entender si las variantes actuales ‘revigorizan’ ciertas características del virus, y cómo lo hacen, posiblemente el enfoque principal debería estar en lo que podría venir por delante, ya que es probable que ocurran nuevos cambios, dice Riccardo Papa

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The complicated path of COVID-19 eradication

While we need to understand if and how the current strains ‘reinvigorate’ certain characteristics of the virus, possibly the strongest focus should be given to what may come ahead of us as more changes will likely appear, writes Riccardo Papa

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