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Where coronavirus variants emerge, surges follow – new research suggests how genomic surveillance can be an early warning system

By Bart C. Weimer, Professor of Population Health & Reproduction, University of California, Davis
Darwin Bandoy, Ph.D. Student in Integrative Pathobiology, University of California, Davis
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By merging genomics with classical epidemiology, researchers are able to predict new disease outbreaks based on which viral variants are on the rise.

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