SEPUTARTANGSEL.COM – Two experts mention corona virus felt from a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
Drs Stephen Quay, CEO of the biopharmaceutical company Atossa Therapeutics Inc, and Richard Muller, a professor of physics at the University of California Berkeley, claim their findings on the process of testing the Covid-19 genome.
In the Covid-19 research, the two experts found rare genomes through genome sequencing, namely the combination of the words CGG-CGG.
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They said that the CGG-CGG genome is very rare, unless there are scientists who use it to perform ‘Gain Of Funcion’ in their laboratory.
Both experts say Covid-19 originated in a laboratory in China’s Wuhan, with evidence that lies in sequencing the genome, or analyzing DNA, of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.
There are 36 segments of DNA, made up of three-letter ‘words’ – which viruses use to make the amino acid known as L-arginine.
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L-arginine helps make proteins but is also often used in ‘gain-of-function’ research, which changes viruses to make them more infectious and more lethal.