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  • Mu has a constellation of mutations which poses potential properties of immune escape
  • C.1.2 carries some mutations previously seen in the C.1 variant and it has picked up additional mutations as well
  • Scientists are keenly observing C.1.2 due to its short period of increased evolution

As the Covid-19 pandemic rages across the world, new variants are coming to light that needs to be monitored and studied to understand the behaviour. Virologists say that these new genetic changes might make the virus more transmissible and allow it to cause more severe damage and escape the immune mechanism. Let’s take a look at the latest Mu and C.1.2 variants of Covid-19.,efl cup scores

WHAT IS THE Mu VARIANT?,radu albot

First detected in Colombia in January 2021, Mu (B.1.621) variant has been classified as a "variant of interest” and the fifth variant to be monitored since March by WHO. Mu has a constellation of mutations that poses potential properties of immune escape. Mu variant has a number of mutations that suggest it could be more resistant to vaccines. By the end of August, over 4,500 sequences have been designated as Mu in the past 4 weeks with most cases reported in the US (2,065), Colombia (852), Mexico (357) and Spain (473).,football coaching courses level 1 online

best online poker for friends,Dr. Shashank Joshi, Member of Maharashtra Covid Task Force says “In both vaccinated & non-vaccinated population, there will be pressure on the virus ecology and we'll get to see more and more mutations”. He adds that earlier mutations were less sinister but newer mutations are spreading faster with more damage.

WHAT IS C.1.2 VARIANT?,ipl cricket live application

C.1.2 carries some mutations previously seen in the C.1 variant and it has picked up additional mutations within the E, M, N & other proteins. Experts believe that C.1.2 contains many mutations identified in all 4 VOCs (Alpha, Beta, Delta & Gamma). First detected in the Mpumalanga & Gauteng provinces of South Africa, this variant later surfaced in the KwaZulu-Natal & Limpopo provinces of South Africa and is now detected in England & China as well. According to a recent study, C.1.2 has "mutated substantially" compared to C.1 variant. Experts say C.1.2 is undergoing 41.8 mutations per year and number of C.1.2 genomes rose from 0.2% in May, 1.6% in June to 2% in July. Scientists are keenly observing this variant due to its short period of increased evolution.,football betting no deposit bonus


Experts say many virus variants are very fragile and vanish even before they can become a real problem.,gain expresso winamax

The key mutants of concern are the ones that survive the changes and continue to transform and spread like the Delta variant recently. It remains to be seen if C.1.2 becomes a problem before it dies out eventually. Even though C.1.2 mutations and changes in other parts of the virus help it evade antibodies, immune response, vaccines still offer high protection against hospitalisation & death due to the C.1.2. WHO says this variant has not yet fulfilled criteria to qualify as "variant of concern"/"variant of interest".,kabaddi games to play online

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