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  • image/svg+xml art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos Open Access logo, converted into svg, designed by PLoS. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_logo_PLoS_white.svg art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos http://www.plos.org/
    Authors: Gebinoga, Michael Peter Thomas;

    Los eventos de las 煤ltimas semanas con respecto a la evoluci贸n de la pandemia de coronavirus en China y otros pa铆ses del mundo son un ejemplo de c贸mo nuestras vidas est谩n cada vez m谩s afectadas y amenazadas por la evoluci贸n continua de los virus [CDC, 2020]. La pandemia de coronavirus (COVID-19) se basa en el coronavirus 2 del s铆ndrome respiratorio agudo severo (SARS-CoV-2). En diciembre de 2019, se identificaron varios casos de neumon铆a de etiolog铆a desconocida en Wuhan (Rep煤blica Popular de China). En las siguientes semanas hubo una propagaci贸n epid茅mica y, a fines de marzo de 2020, m谩s de 400,000 personas estaban enfermas en todo el mundo, de las cuales casi 20,000 han muerto hasta ahora. No es un pat贸geno completamente nuevo, sino un pat贸geno ya conocido que se ha adaptado a los humanos como un nuevo hu茅sped. El pat贸geno SARS-CoV-2 est谩 estrechamente relacionado con otros virus corona, algunos de los cuales son de origen animal. En esta publicaci贸n, estudiamos los mecanismos de la evoluci贸n del virus y c贸mo estos procesos interact煤an con la vida y la evoluci贸n humana. Se cubren las siguientes 谩reas: 鈥 Las caracter铆sticas actualmente conocidas de SARS-CoV-2 鈥 Aspectos gen茅ticos poblacionales de la evoluci贸n del virus en general. 鈥 Formas de infecci贸n y comportamientos para evitar la infecci贸n. Con respecto al SARS-CoV-2 y COVID-19, esta publicaci贸n debe considerarse provisorias, ya que este tipo de virus se est谩 investigando intensamente. Se puede suponer que nuevos descubrimientos tendr谩n lugar en los pr贸ximos meses. Por el contrario, los modelos y las teor铆as de la evoluci贸n del virus presentados se conocen desde hace d茅cadas y ya se ha probado su validez en unos virus pat贸genos conocidos. Se muestra una posibilidad derivada del desarrollo de la vacuna, pero si este m茅todo realmente se puede utilizar a煤n requiere m谩s investigaci贸n sobre el nuevo virus SARS-CoV-2. The events of the recent weeks regarding the evolving coronavirus pandemic in China and other countries are an example of how our lives are increasingly affected and threatened by the ongoing evolution of viruses [CDC, 2020]. The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is based on the Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). In December 2019, a number of pneumonia cases of unknown etiology were identified in Wuhan (People's Republic of China). In the following weeks, there was an epidemic spread and by the end of March 2020, more than 400,000 people were ill worldwide, of whom almost 20,000 have died so far. It is not a completely new pathogen, but an already known pathogen that has adapted to humans as a new host. The pathogen SARS-CoV-2 is closely related to other corona viruses, some of which are of animal origin. In this publication, we will look at the mechanisms of virus evolution and how these processes interact with human life and evolution. The following areas are covered: 鈥 The currently known characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 鈥 Population genetic aspects of virus evolution 鈥 Possibilities of infection and behavior preventing infection With regard to SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, this publication is to be regarded as provisional, since this type of virus is currently being intensively researched. It can be assumed that newer information will become known in the course of the next few months. In contrast, the models and theories of virus evolution presented have been known for decades and have already been tested for their validity on known pathogenic viruses. A derived possibility of vaccine development is shown, but whether this method can actually be used still requires further research on SARS-CoV-2. Fil: Gebinoga, Michael Peter Thomas. Universidad Cat贸lica de Salta. Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud; Argentina.

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    Authors: Gebinoga, Michael Peter Thomas;

    Los eventos de las 煤ltimas semanas con respecto a la evoluci贸n de la pandemia de coronavirus en China y otros pa铆ses del mundo son un ejemplo de c贸mo nuestras vidas est谩n cada vez m谩s afectadas y amenazadas por la evoluci贸n continua de los virus [CDC, 2020]. La pandemia de coronavirus (COVID-19) se basa en el coronavirus 2 del s铆ndrome respiratorio agudo severo (SARS-CoV-2). En diciembre de 2019, se identificaron varios casos de neumon铆a de etiolog铆a desconocida en Wuhan (Rep煤blica Popular de China). En las siguientes semanas hubo una propagaci贸n epid茅mica y, a fines de marzo de 2020, m谩s de 400,000 personas estaban enfermas en todo el mundo, de las cuales casi 20,000 han muerto hasta ahora. No es un pat贸geno completamente nuevo, sino un pat贸geno ya conocido que se ha adaptado a los humanos como un nuevo hu茅sped. El pat贸geno SARS-CoV-2 est谩 estrechamente relacionado con otros virus corona, algunos de los cuales son de origen animal. En esta publicaci贸n, estudiamos los mecanismos de la evoluci贸n del virus y c贸mo estos procesos interact煤an con la vida y la evoluci贸n humana. Se cubren las siguientes 谩reas: 鈥 Las caracter铆sticas actualmente conocidas de SARS-CoV-2 鈥 Aspectos gen茅ticos poblacionales de la evoluci贸n del virus en general. 鈥 Formas de infecci贸n y comportamientos para evitar la infecci贸n. Con respecto al SARS-CoV-2 y COVID-19, esta publicaci贸n debe considerarse provisorias, ya que este tipo de virus se est谩 investigando intensamente. Se puede suponer que nuevos descubrimientos tendr谩n lugar en los pr贸ximos meses. Por el contrario, los modelos y las teor铆as de la evoluci贸n del virus presentados se conocen desde hace d茅cadas y ya se ha probado su validez en unos virus pat贸genos conocidos. Se muestra una posibilidad derivada del desarrollo de la vacuna, pero si este m茅todo realmente se puede utilizar a煤n requiere m谩s investigaci贸n sobre el nuevo virus SARS-CoV-2. The events of the recent weeks regarding the evolving coronavirus pandemic in China and other countries are an example of how our lives are increasingly affected and threatened by the ongoing evolution of viruses [CDC, 2020]. The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is based on the Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). In December 2019, a number of pneumonia cases of unknown etiology were identified in Wuhan (People's Republic of China). In the following weeks, there was an epidemic spread and by the end of March 2020, more than 400,000 people were ill worldwide, of whom almost 20,000 have died so far. It is not a completely new pathogen, but an already known pathogen that has adapted to humans as a new host. The pathogen SARS-CoV-2 is closely related to other corona viruses, some of which are of animal origin. In this publication, we will look at the mechanisms of virus evolution and how these processes interact with human life and evolution. The following areas are covered: 鈥 The currently known characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 鈥 Population genetic aspects of virus evolution 鈥 Possibilities of infection and behavior preventing infection With regard to SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, this publication is to be regarded as provisional, since this type of virus is currently being intensively researched. It can be assumed that newer information will become known in the course of the next few months. In contrast, the models and theories of virus evolution presented have been known for decades and have already been tested for their validity on known pathogenic viruses. A derived possibility of vaccine development is shown, but whether this method can actually be used still requires further research on SARS-CoV-2. Fil: Gebinoga, Michael Peter Thomas. Universidad Cat贸lica de Salta. Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud; Argentina.

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