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Scientists: found a strange feature of coronavirus

Scientists: found a strange feature of coronavirus
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Scientists from Australia have discovered a strange feature of the new coronavirus. There was not a single animal species to which the virus would attach so firmly.

According to Daily Mail, Australian scientists conducted a study to study the resistance of living organisms to a new virus. They found that coronavirus most easily adapted to human cells. Other species, even bats, from which he began to spread, were not so sensitive to him.

According to scientists, coronavirus binds to the ACE2 receptor using a pointed protein - and the stronger it can attach, the less likely it will disappear from the body. Researchers could not find other species that would be as sensitive to coronavirus as humans.

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