While searching through the files, a scientist finds footage of a corona virus that disappeared incomprehensibly last year. It is not yet clear why.
Wuhan – A year ago, data on more than 200 virus samples from an early Govt-19 case in the Chinese city of Wuhan went missing from a scientific database. In a detective mission, American scientist and virologist Jesse Bloom was able to find part of this data, the New York Times reported. Accordingly, he found the original 13 of the files stored in the Google Cloud Corona virus-Equalities *.
In his dissertation published on Tuesday (June 22, 2021), Bloom writes: “Pylogenetic analysis of these scenarios […] The Juanan fish market series, which is at the center of the joint WHO-China report, claims that the onset of the epidemic was not entirely representative of the viruses in Wuhan. His statement has not yet been scientifically verified.
Author Jesse Bloom, virologist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center United States*, Deleting these scenes is called suspicious. It “may have removed the footage to cover their existence,” he wrote in the statement. Ideally, missing scenes may contain new and previously unknown information about when and how the corona virus SARS-Cowie-2 from a bat or other animal* May have jumped on people.
Corona virus: Is there any connection to the laboratory leak theory?
That dissertation Corona virus from a high-security laboratory in Wuhan* Leaked may not be supported by new discoveries. However, the New York Times reported that they would not deny the study. Also, the question of why the early corona virus footage was first removed from the database remains unanswered.
Jesse Bloom wanted to verify the report, which genetic data was published by the research teams and saw a study from March 2020 onwards. Contents of a spreadsheet study containing information on 241 genetic sequences collected by Wuhan University scientists. He was able to see from the table that the footage had been uploaded to an online database called the Sequence Reed Archive. This database is maintained by the US Government’s National Medical Library.
But when he looked at Bloom in the database for Wuhan scenes, he could not find a conclusion. After further research, Bloom was able to find some corona virus footage in folders in the Google Cloud.
Deleted footage may paint a different picture of the origin of the corona virus
Bloom found that there were no additional mutations in the recovered corona virus sequences. “They are three steps more likely to be bad corona virus than viruses coming from the Juanan fish market,” Bloom said. In his opinion, this indicates that the SARS-Cowie-2 has been meeting in the market for some time in Wuhan or beyond. He argued that market viruses are not representative of the full range of corona viruses already in circulation by the end of 2019. Further investigations are needed to draw clear conclusions from the new data. (dsc)* fr.de is an offer IPPEN.MEDIA.
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