Science Talk: What Science Has Learned about the Coronavirus One Year On

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Language(s): 
English
Date Last Updated: 
12/11/2020
References Cited?: 
Yes
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No
Tags/Keywords: 
inflammation, mutations, transmission, immune system
Summary: 

What has science learned about covid so far? Podcast with Britt Glaunsinger is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She has been studying viruses for 25 years, with a particular focus, before December 2019, on the herpes virus. Over the past 12 months, her lab has been focusing on strategies the virus uses to suppress the body's innate immune system. Rich with information. Good transcript and show notes.

Collection: 
Safe Living
Topic: 
Managing risk
Treatment and care
Covid-19 Testing
Vaccination
Media Type: 
Audio
Minutes to Consume: 
16 - 30
Author and/or Source: 
JEFFERY DELVISCIO, Britt Glaunsinger; Scientific Amercan