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Australian Scientists develops new tool to monitor coronavirus mutations

Australian Scientists collected data of more than 1,20,000 samples of the novel coronavirus, and have developed a new tool to monitor mutations in the virus.

The new tool, dubbed COVID-3D and described in the journal Nature Genetics, harnesses genomic and protein information about the virus and its mutations to aid drug and vaccine development.

According to the researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia, ensuring treatments remain effective as the virus mutates is a huge challenge for scientists across the world.

 

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