- The world is shaking with Omicron fever.
- In this situation Deltacron has laid its hands on Cyprus.
- Such a claim has been made by a group of researchers in that country.
The group said on Sunday that Deltacron had been found in the bodies of 25 patients in Cyprus. Although virologist Tom Pickock claims, “there is no such thing as a Deltacron virus.” He said, ‘The same patient may be affected by two strains. That could happen. ‘ However, researchers in Cyprus say that if Delta and Omicron attack a patient together, things will be different. But that is not the case with Deltacron.
However, several virologists have denied the allegations. They have virtually blown the matter away. Scientist Eric Topol tweets, ‘Deltacron is just a ploy to spread panic. There is no reason to think about it. Despite the strong claims of Leondios Kostrikis and his team, Deltacron is real. Which means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well.
What is still known about Deltacron-
- Leondios Kostrikis published a research paper on this Deltacron. He said that the strain has genetic signature like Omicron. In addition, there is the Delta Genome
- The fate of that new variant has been matched in Cyprus.
- Deltacron has so far implanted 25 patients.
- Many are identifying that strain as Delmicron.
- In a recent interview, Kostrikis said, “We’re researching whether this strain is more pathological or contagious.”
- Samples of the genome sequencing of those 25 patients have already been sent to GISAID. The researchers said the sample was sent on January 8.
- After comments from Tom Peacock and Eric Topol, Kostrikis said that variant was becoming more prevalent among hospital patients. Those who are at home, the infection is not seen.
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Corona’s new ‘game’ Deltacron is strongly debated in the research community