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Over 7000 coronavirus mutations in India, many have serious risks: Scientist

Also Read | India Inc gears up to go back to officeA team of the CCMB scientists also published a paper on their findings – “SARS-CoV-2 genomics: An Indian perspective on sequencing viral variants".“There are more than 7,000 coronavirus mutations in the country," said Mishra, who is also one of the co-authors of the paper.The Hyderabad-based Institute has been studying the evolution of the virus, its mutations and strains ever since the pandemic hit the country.Mishra, however, added that not every mutation becomes a variant.He added that it is necessary to step up sequencing.“India has so far not been sequencing SARSCoV-2 isolates to full capacity, having deposited only about 6,400 genomes of the over 10.4 million recorded cases (0.06 per.

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