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Reuters
May 2, 2021
Indian scientists have flagged about minor mutations in some samples of the coronavirus that could \"possibly evade immune response\"


BusinessToday.In
March 5, 2021
The Bengaluru isolates have 27 mutations in their genomes and over 11 mutations per sample, according to an Indian Institute of Science (IISc) study


PB Jayakumar
February 17, 2021
Coronavirus in India: The new facility will have a capacity to manufacture up to 10 million tests every month. CoviPath COVID-19 RT-PCR Kit has been approved by the ICMR and DCGI


Joe C Mathew
February 16, 2021
CoviPath COVID-19 RT-PCR Kit has been approved under MDR 2017 rules for in vitro diagnostic use by the Indian Council of Medical Research and Drug Controller General of India in all authorised laboratories


BusinessToday.In
January 4, 2021
Comprehensive contact tracing has been initiated for co-travellers, family contacts and others.  Genome sequencing on other specimens is going on, says the government


BusinessToday.In
December 30, 2020
CSIR-CCMB in Hyderabad, which is among the ten research institutes tracing the new Covid-19 strain in India, says the new strain has not worsened the Covid-19 symptoms so far in India but there's a need to keep a tab on other new variants that might emerge


BusinessToday.In
December 29, 2020
It is important from the scientific community perspective that we do not put too much immune pressure on the virus, said Bhargava


BusinessToday.In
June 9, 2020
The team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) conducted the study to ascertain the genetic diversity among Indian SARS-CoV-2 viral isolates in comparison to the strains that are occurring worldwide


BusinessToday.In
April 15, 2020
New Lockdown in India live update, Covid-19 guidelines:  In the last 24 hours, 1,076 new cases have been reported, while 377 people have died because of the COVID-2019 infection


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