On the search for a corona vector … “a new animal” to the circle of doubt

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Previously, scientists believed that the Coruna virus had passed from bats to humans through Pangolin, which is sold in a number of African and Asian markets along with bats.

The researchers who prepared the study confirm that the genetic analysis of the Corona virus indicates that the virus was transmitted from bats to humans through stray dogs.

Understanding how the virus behaves outside the human body as well as inside it is vital to know how to fight it, and then to develop a vaccine or treatment to stop its spread.

Study author biologist Chua Chaya, from the University of Ottawa, says: "The Coronavirus first spread from bats to stray dogs that eat bats meat".

He added: "Our observations allowed the formation of a new hypothesis for the origin and initial transmission of the virus", Noting that "Knowing the origins of the virus is vital to resolving the health crisis the world is currently experiencing".

One of the former coronaviruses, of which Corona also belonged, infected the intestine Dogs, Which likely led to the rapid development of the virus and then its transmission to humans.

Professor Shaya said: "This indicates the importance of monitoring SARS-like coronavirus in dogs in order to combat the Corona virus and treat the disease it causes, as reported 19.".

The study, conducted by Canadian researchers in its results, was based on the analysis of chemical samples taken from a variety of organisms, including bats, pangolins, dogs, snakes and humans.

Chaya explained that the dogs "Provided a more reasonable explanation" Of how the virus is transmitted to humans.

However, the study was criticized by some scientists, among which it was based on a very small sample, as well as its reliance on a few direct data available on the disease, and therefore its results cannot be generalized.

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However, a recent study recently referred to another animal, which is “stray dogs”, according to the results published in the journal “Molecular Biology and Evolution”.

A study by Canadian researchers revealed that stray dogs may be the “intermediate animal” that transmitted a virus Sk From Bats To humans.

Previously, scientists believed that the Coruna virus had passed from bats to humans through Pangolin, which is sold in a number of African and Asian markets along with bats.

The researchers who prepared the study confirm that the genetic analysis of the Corona virus indicates that the virus was transmitted from bats to humans through stray dogs.

Understanding how the virus behaves outside the human body as well as inside it is vital to know how to fight it, and then to develop a vaccine or treatment to stop its spread.

“The Coruna virus has spread for the first time from bats to stray dogs that eat bats meat,” says study author biologist Chua Chaya, from the University of Ottawa.

He added: “Our observations allowed the formation of a new hypothesis for the origin and initial transmission of the virus,” noting that “knowing the origins of the virus is of vital importance to resolving the health crisis that the world is currently experiencing.”

One of the former coronaviruses, of which Corona also belonged, infected the intestine Dogs, Which likely led to the rapid development of the virus and then its transmission to humans.

Professor Shaya said: “This indicates the importance of monitoring SARS-like coronavirus in dogs in order to combat the Corona virus and treat the disease that causes it, as a benefit 19.”

The study, conducted by Canadian researchers in its results, was based on the analysis of chemical samples taken from a variety of organisms, including bats, pangolins, dogs, snakes and humans.

Chaya explained that dogs “provided a more reasonable explanation” of how the virus spread to humans.

However, the study was criticized by some scientists, among which it was based on a very small sample, as well as its reliance on a few direct data available on the disease, and therefore its results cannot be generalized.







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