Noon Wednesday: Genetically Sequencing the Coronavirus


Noon Wednesday: Genetically Sequencing the Coronavirus

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

February 17, 2021

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Scientists are genetically sequencing coronavirus test samples to better understand how it is moving through the community and detect new variants emerging. Dr. Paraic Kenny, who has sequenced 1,400 samples at a Gundersen Health System lab in La Crosse, discusses what these samples can teach us about the coronavirus.


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