26.03.21 JWatch Just How Much Protection Against SARS CoV 2 Reinfection Does Prior Infection Provide. 29.03.21 JWatch The British SARS CoV 2 Variant of Concern, B.1.1.7, Reveals Its Lethality. BMJ Letalidad variante británica. 16.03.21 CDC SARS-CoV-2 Variants of Concern. (*)=detected in some sequences but not all a – Nextstrainexternal icon b – The Biodefense and Emerging Infections Research Resources (BEI Resources) is a NIAID-funded repository to provide reagents, tools, and information to the research community.
The reference viruses proposed here facilitate the harmonization of information among all stakeholders in the COVID-19 pandemic research community. Please note that the reference viruses provided in the tables below are based on what is currently available through the BEI resources. These variants share one specific mutation called D614G. This mutation was one of the first documented in the US in the initial stages of the pandemic, after having initially circulated in Europe.
There is evidence that variants with this mutation spread more quickly than viruses without this mutation [12external icon]. Bmj.10.03.21 Mortalidad con variante ingresa. Medscape 02.03.21 Variantes scariants. Variants or 'Scariants': Are the Threats Real or Just Media Hype? Science.03.03.21 Transmisibilidad cpa inglesa. Jama mascola 11.02.21 Nuevas cepas nueva diana.
MPR 08.02.21 Case Study Severe Case of Reinfection With New Variant of SARS CoV 2 Confirmed in UK Hospital. NYT 07.02.21 Coronavirus Variant First Found in Britain Now Spreading Rapidly in US. A more contagious variant of the coronavirus first found in Britain is spreading rapidly in the United States, doubling roughly every 10 days, according to a new study.
Analyzing half a million coronavirus tests and hundreds of genomes, a team of researchers predicted that in a month this variant could become predominant in the United States, potentially bringing a surge of new cases and increased risk of death. The new research offers the first nationwide look at the history of the variant, known as B.1.1.7, since it arrived in the United States in late 2020. Last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that B.1.1.7 could become predominant by March if it behaved the way it did in Britain. The new study confirms that projected path.
“Nothing in this paper is surprising, but people need to see it,” said Kristian Andersen, a co-author of the study and a virologist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif. Medscape 29.01 Nueva variante. JAMA Audio Understanding SARS-CoV-2 Genetic Variants. [Skip to Content] [Skip to Content Landing] Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy URL Coronavirus (COVID19) Understanding SARS-CoV-2 Genetic Variants January 6, 2021 Audio Clinical Review 40 min 57 sec 1x Subscribe to Podcast Download MP3 Subscribe Subscribe on your favorite podcast source to receive future episodes of this podcast.Learn more about this JAMA Network podcast here Related Articles Genetic Variants of SARS-CoV-2—What Do They Mean?
JN Learning™ is the home for CME and MOC from the JAMA Network. You May Also Like Global Health 30m 50s Coronavirus Vaccine Update With Anthony Fauci Global Health Coronavirus Vaccine Update With Anthony Fauci. Jama moore 28.01.2021 Impacto variantes SARSCoV2. Coronavirus: UK variant 'may be more deadly' Bmj 18.01.21 Nueva cepa. NYT 19.01 New California Variant. In late December, scientists in California began searching coronavirus samples for a fast-spreading new variant that had just been identified in Britain.
They found it, though in relatively few samples. But in the process, the scientists made another unwelcome discovery: California had produced a variant of its own. That mutant, which belongs to a lineage known as CAL.20C, seemed to have popped up in July but lay low till November. Then it began to quickly spread. CAL.20C accounted for more than half of the virus genome samples collected in Los Angeles laboratories on Jan. 13, according to a new study that has not yet been published. “We had our own problem that didn’t cross over from Europe,” said Jasmine Plummer, a research scientist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, who worked on the new study. CDC 12.01.21 Nueva cepa en USA. On January 15, 2021, this report was posted online as an MMWR Early Release.
Please note:. Object moved. Jama 06.01.21. Variantes SARS CoV 2. OMS- 21.12 SARS-CoV-2 Variant – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. CDC 22.12. Implications of the Emerging SARS-CoV-2 Variant VOC 202012/01. A new variant strain of SARS-CoV-2 that contains a series of mutations has been described in the United Kingdom (UK) and become highly prevalent in London and southeast England.
Based on these mutations, this variant strain has been predicted to potentially be more rapidly transmissible than other circulating strains of SARS-CoV-2. Although a variant may predominate in a geographic area, that fact alone does not mean that the variant is more infectious. Scientists are working to learn more about this variant to better understand how easily it might be transmitted and whether currently authorized vaccines will protect people against it. At this time, there is no evidence that this variant causes more severe illness or increased risk of death. Information regarding the virologic, epidemiologic, and clinical characteristics of the variant are rapidly emerging. Does this variant have a name? Why has this variant been in the news recently?
Why has this variant emerged in the UK? NYT 20.12 The Coronavirus Is Mutating. What Does That Mean for Us? Italy also suspended air travel, and Belgian officials on Sunday enacted a 24-hour ban on arrivals from the United Kingdom by air or train.
Germany is drawing up regulations limiting travelers from Britain as well as from South Africa. Other countries are also considering bans, among them France, Austria and Ireland, according to local media. Spain has asked the European Union for a coordinated response to banning flights. Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York asked the Trump administration to consider banning flights from Britain. In England, transport officials said that they would increase the number of police officers monitoring hubs like railway stations to ensure only essential journeys were being taken.