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Wuhan Coronavirus Cultured in France, Research Begins on Potential Treatments and Vaccines

News   Feb 03, 2020 | Original story from Institut Pasteur

 
Wuhan Coronavirus Cultured in France, Research Begins on Potential Treatments and Vaccines

On the left, a cell layer not damaged by the viruses. On the right, a cell layer with a visible cytopathic effect (CPE); the cells infected by the virus have been destroyed. Credit: Institut Pasteur/CNR for Respiratory Viruses at the Institut Pasteur

 
 
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