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At least four laboratory experiments suggest that mutation makes the virus more infectious, although none of that work has been peer-reviewedAt least four laboratory experiments suggest that mutation makes the virus more infectious, although none of that work has been peer-reviewed

Mutations may be making coronavirus more contagious: Researchers

About 70% of the 50,000 genomes of the coronavirus that was uploaded by researchers have undergone mutations. Researchers believe that mutation in the coronavirus has made it considerably more contagious.About 70% of the 50,000 genomes of the coronavirus that was uploaded by researchers have undergone mutations. Researchers believe that mutation in the coronavirus has made it considerably more contagious.

Covid-19 pandemic: Mutations may be making coronavirus more contagious - health - Hindustan Times

Scientists from the Scripps Research Institute in Florida have added to growing research into the G614 strain of the coronavirus and said it appears to have strengthened the virus.

World's dominant strain of coronavirus 'is 10 TIMES more infectious than the one that jumped to humans in China' because it mutated so its vital spike protein doesn't snap as often in the body, scientists say

Scientists are now in a race against time to figure out what a change in the virus means.Scientists are now in a race against time to figure out what a change in the virus means.

CORONAVIRUS' dominant strain seen worldwide has been suggested to be 10 times more in than it was as when it originated in China. CORONAVIRUS' dominant strain seen worldwide has been suggested to be 10 times more in than it was as when it originated in China.

Coronavirus news: Scientists say dominant strain 10 times more infectious than China’s | World | News | Express.co.uk

The new coronavirus strain spreading arounf is estimated to be 10 times more infectious than when it first appeared, according to scientists at The Scripps ResearchThe new coronavirus strain spreading arounf is estimated to be 10 times more infectious than when it first appeared, according to scientists at The Scripps Research

New mutated European coronavirus strain is '10 times more infectious', experts warn - Daily Star

As scientists and researchers work to provide everyone with information about the new coronavirus as quickly as possible, they have to be sure the data is helpful and accurate. That daunting task is being... Science News Summaries. | NewserChange involves spike proteins, researchers say

Mutation May Be Increasing Coronavirus' Infectiousness

Scientists from the Scripps Research Institute in Florida have added to growing research into the G614 strain of the coronavirus and said it appears to have strengthened the virus.Scientists from the Scripps Research Institute in Florida have added to growing research into the G614 strain of the coronavirus and said it appears to have strengthened the virus.

Coronavirus: World's dominant strain 10 TIMES more infectious | Daily Mail Online