Reverse Genetics of SARS-Related Coronavirus Using Vaccinia Virus-Based Recombination

@inproceedings{Worm2012ReverseGO,
  title={Reverse Genetics of SARS-Related Coronavirus Using Vaccinia Virus-Based Recombination},
  author={Sjoerd H. E. van den Worm and Klara Kristin Eriksson and Jessika C. Zevenhoven and Friedemann Weber and Roland Z{\"u}st and Thomas Kuri and Ronald Dijkman and Guo-hui Chang and Stuart G. Siddell and Eric J Snijder and Volker Thiel and Andrew D. Davidson},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a zoonotic disease caused by SARS-related coronavirus (SARS-CoV) that emerged in 2002 to become a global health concern. Although the original outbreak was controlled by classical public health measures, there is a real risk that another SARS-CoV could re-emerge from its natural reservoir, either in its original form or as a more virulent or pathogenic strain; in which case, the virus would be difficult to control in the absence of any effective… CONTINUE READING
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