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This article in Nature (15 minute read) describes the life cycle of the Covid-19 virus in human cells and has a very understandable graphic of the life cycle. It is fascinating to see the ways in which human proteins and glycans (sugars that coat proteins) are coopted at various stages in the process.
How the coronavirus infects cells — and why Delta is so dangerous


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