Human Genetics & Embryology is pleased to announce Special Issue on “Genetic Makeup of Corona Virus”
This Issue focuses on some of the known features and presents some current questions The virus’s genetic makeup reveals that SARS-CoV-2 isn’t a mishmash of known viruses, as might be expected if it were human-made and regarding genome replication strategy, the cis-acting elements necessary for genome replication the minimum sequence requirements for autonomous replication of an RNA replicon, and the importance of gene order in genome replication.
This Special Issue seeks Articles on coronavirus host interactions that lead to highly pathogenic infections of human and animals including: overcoming interspecies barriers to zoonotic transmission, coronavirus evasion of host immune responses, the mechanisms resulting in cellular and tissue damage, and the virus and host genetic determinants underlying pathogenesis and Human to human transmission.
Announcing a special call for papers at the Human Genetics & Embryology on Covid 19 TSES is issuing a special call of papers that discuss the the mechanisms resulting in cellular and tissue damage, and the virus and host genetic determinants underlying pathogenesis and Human to human transmission..
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