Singapore Team Finishes SARS Virus Genome; Canadian Scientists Identify Viral Proteins | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 17 - As scientists at the Genome Institute of Singapore became the fourth team to complete the sequence of the coronavirus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome today, Canadian researchers have identified proteins derived from the viral genome.


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