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2,083 cases of COVID-19 sub-variant JN.1, its lineages detected in India; Here’s what you should know

Financial Express 30 Jan 2024
The JN.1 sub-variant of the coronavirus was previously classified as a variant of interest (VOI) as part of the BA.2.86 sub-lineages, the parent lineage that is classified as a VOI, the world body said.

JN.1 ‘step change’ evolution cause for new Covid concern

Asiatimes 29 Jan 2024
Without delving in to the molecular details, recent high-profile lab-based research from the United States and Europe observed BA.2.86 to enter cells from the lung in a similar way to pre-omicron variants like delta.

The emergence of JN.1 is an evolutionary 'step change' in the COVID pandemic: Why this ...

Phys Dot Org 26 Jan 2024
Without delving in to the molecular details, recent high-profile lab-based research from the United States and Europe observed BA.2.86 to enter cells from the lung in a similar way to pre-omicron variants like delta.

Mask policies return in US as respiratory viruses threaten to strain hospitals

The Observer 15 Jan 2024
Two studies published this week found that BA.2.86, the parent of the currently circulating JN.1 variant, may infect the lungs more effectively than previous Omicron variants.

New COVID variants better infect lungs, could cause more severe disease

New Atlas 09 Jan 2024
A newly published study from researchers at Ohio State University has found the recently emerged BA.2.86 variant of SARS-CoV-2 has a greater propensity for infecting certain lung cells than any prior Omicron variant.

New fast-spreading Covid variant may be more deadly than earlier versions,

The Daily Mail 08 Jan 2024
A study by The Ohio State University found that BA.2.86 can infect cells in the lower lung and can enter cell membranes more efficiently than other versions of Omicron ... humans in the lower lung.

Andre Braugher Cause of Death Revealed for Beloved Actor

Coming Soon 14 Dec 2023
Braugher’s representative (via Deadline) confirmed that the beloved actor passed away a few months after being diagnosed with lung cancer ... He graduated from Stanford University with a BA in theatre in 1984.

Boeing dropped from federal asbestos lawsuit in St. Louis

Business Journal 08 Dec 2023
The Boeing Co. (NYSE. BA) has been dismissed from a lawsuit in which the heirs of a St. Louis-area man allege that he died of lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos-containing products tied to several corporations ... .

Lung Khuy Cave in Ha Giang

The Saigon Times 22 Oct 2023
Lung Khuy Cave is nestled in the village of the same name in Quan Ba District, Ha Giang Province ... Lung Khuy Cave is around ...

HBSO to stage contemporary dance work

The Saigon Times 15 Sep 2023
As for the leading dancers, they will be Dang Minh Hien, Sung A Lung and Do Hoang Khang Ninh ... Sung A Lung has starred in many productions including Falling Angels, Nutcracker and as Tu Ba in the Ballet Kieu ... .

Peer-reviewed publication by Marinomed Biotech AG and Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg reconfirms broad virus-blocking effectiveness of iota-carrageenan

Pharmiweb 13 Jul 2023
... and showed that iota-carrageenan significantly inhibits viral replication in human lung cells infected with SARS-CoV-2 OM variants of concern (VoC) BA.1, BA.2 and BA.5 isolated from infected patients.

British Airways is not following doctor’s orders

The Times/The Sunday Times 10 Jun 2023
At hospital she was advised not to fly until the DVT had gone, as it could prove fatal if it caused a blood clot to travel to her lungs ... cancel our flights, which I did via the BA website on January 7.

Regulus Therapeutics Announces Appointments of Industry Veterans, Drs. Rekha Garg and Claire Padgett, to Lead ...

Victoria Advocate 29 Nov 2022
Additional Preclinical Promotions�Round Out Scientific Leadership ... Dr ... Prior to joining the pharmaceutical industry, she held a similar role the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Dr. Garg received her BA in Biology from Oberlin College, her M.D.

The Pandemic Forced the World to Pay Attention to Oxygen

The Atlantic 30 Oct 2022
When there isn’t enough oxygen to treat these children, their lungs fail, eliciting grunts as they try desperately to rake in more oxygen from the air, Ba says—a symptom that echoes the devastating effects of COVID-19.

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