February 5, 2021

Episode 265: Assessing the danger posed by coronavirus variants

Viruses constantly mutate and circulate around the world, and COVID-19 is no exception

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Assessing the danger posed by coronavirus variants

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Episode 265: University of Arizona molecular scientist Donata Vercelli

Viruses constantly mutate and circulate around the world, and COVID-19 is no exception. University of Arizona molecular scientist Donata Vercelli looks at the emergence of COVID-19 variants in the United States and discusses how they can slow the momentum toward recovery from the coronavirus.

Donata Vercelli spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D. Regents professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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