Decoded: How coronavirus evades host cell defense, attacks immunity

According to the researchers, including those from the University of Munich in Germany, Nsp1 is one of the central weapons used by the virus to ensure its own replication and propagation in human host

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Scientists who studied the SARS virus had shown that it inhibited protein synthesis in infected cells.

Scientists have determined how the novel coronavirus, which causes Covid-19, inhibits the synthesis of proteins in infected cells, and have shown that it effectively disarms a part of the immune

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First Published: Jul 18 2020 | 1:30 PM IST

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