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Links 6/26/22

Links for you. Science: Endemicity is not a victory: the unmitigated downside risks of widespread SARS-CoV-2 transmission Hospitalized patients with severe COVID-19 during the Omicron wave in Israel – benefits of a fourth vaccine dose What You Need To Know … Continue reading

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Links 6/25/22

Links for you. Science: A brief history of bioinformatics A Tribute to George A. Jacoby Endemicity is not a victory: the unmitigated downside risks of widespread SARS-CoV-2 transmission SARS-CoV-2 Transmission Associated with an Indoor Music Event That Required Proof of … Continue reading

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…a week of Mad Biologist links: Purple It’s Not Hypocrisy, It’s Transactionalism Living Your Life (and Doing Science) in a Time of Rising Fascism The Texas GOP’s War on Public Health Some Good(-ish) News About Long COVID A Problem with … Continue reading

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Links 6/24/22

Links for you. Science: Polio found in UK for first time since 1984 as Government declares national incident Potential for monkeypox exportation from West and Central Africa through global travel networks Immune boosting by B.1.1.529 (Omicron) depends on previous SARS-CoV-2 … Continue reading

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Links 6/23/22

Links for you. Science: A reinfection red flag. Why a new report is so troubling Where Did the Black Death Begin? DNA Detectives Find a Key Clue. (paper here) Earth’s Largest Rodents Were Smaller Than We Once Thought Original Antigenic … Continue reading

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Links 6/22/22

Links for you. Science: Outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 Reinfection (Gulp) Eavesdropping on the Secret Lives of Dolphins in New York Harbor New Tools Can Make Our Covid Immunity Even Stronger How common is long COVID? Why studies give different answers New … Continue reading

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Links 6/21/22

Links for you. Science: Invasive fire ants could be controlled by viruses, scientists say New Mexico county certifies election results, bowing to court order This Styrofoam-eating ‘superworm’ could help solve the garbage crisis Please, don’t build another Large Hadron Collider … Continue reading

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Links 6/20/22

Links for you. Science: Curation of the AMRFinderPlus databases: applications, functionality and impact A Secret Polar Bear Population Has Been Found in an ‘Impossible’ Location Exercising before or after a flu vaccine may make it work better Epidemiological characterization of … Continue reading

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Links 6/19/22

Links for you. Science: Modelling long-term COVID-19 hospital admission dynamics using immune protection waning data The defence island repertoire of the Escherichia coli pan-genome Synonymous mutations in representative yeast genes are mostly strongly non-neutral The largest ever series of phage … Continue reading

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Links 6/18/22

Links for you. Science: Immunity to SARS-CoV-2: What Do We Know and Should We Be Testing for It? People who caught Covid in first wave get ‘no immune boost’ from Omicron (paper here) Datasets for benchmarking antimicrobial resistance genes in … Continue reading

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