The corona virus may have been transmitted from bats to humans
Glasgow: A study has found that the SARS CoV2 virus, which causes the global code 19 epidemic, has been transmitted from bats to humans due to its condition, but initially there was no significant change.
The University of Glasgow’s Ascarmic Lane and Spyros Lightras have compiled a genetic map of the corona virus for the next 11 months after December 2019, stating that there was little change. Based on this, they are saying that the virus has been transmitted from flying mammals to humans.
The study includes experts from the University of Philadelphia and the University of Scotland’s MRC who have been studying HIV, Ebola and other strains of the virus and their evolution for decades. The entire team of experts has considered the SARS co-virus with state-of-the-art techniques and models.
Experts believe that the corona virus found in bats needed minor modifications to reach humans. For example, a change called the D614G spike was enough to reach a large segment of the population whose security system is weak. Thus, even with this slight change, a virus can still infect humans.
In this regard, when thousands of millions of viruses with slight mutations were studied in humans for eleven months, it was found that RmYN02, which is common in bats, has been found in people infected with corona. However, at the end of 2020, unusual genetic mutations were observed in the SARS co-virus, but they were not present at the beginning.