OTHER WORDS FROM virologyvi·ro·log·i·cal [vahy-ruh-loj-i-kuhl], /ˌvaɪ rəˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl/, adjectivevi·rol·o·gist, noun
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In virology, historically, attenuated vaccines were generated by gain-of-function studies, which took human virus pathogens and adapted them for improved growth in cell culture, which reduced virus virulence in the natural human host.“We never created a supervirus.” Ralph Baric explains gain-of-function research.|Rowan Jacobsen|July 26, 2021|MIT Technology Review
At first, I was captivated by the virology and epidemiology of the pandemic, but these were human lives, and ultimately those of my family.
More recently, Fauci has been targeted for having repeatedly urged caution on the idea that the virus emerged after escaping from a virology lab in China.Tucker Carlson leverages yet another document dump to accuse Fauci of criminality|Philip Bump|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
In Cambodia, Erik Karlsson of the virology unit at the Institut Pasteur du Cambodge says the latest outbreak was likely caused by a breach of the country’s strict quarantine measures.Southeast Asia Kept COVID-19 Under Control For Most of the Pandemic. Now It's Battling Worrying New Surges|Amy Gunia / Hong Kong|May 14, 2021|Time
Now, coverage is shifting away from topics like epidemiology and virology and to more core areas of science coverage, like other flu vaccines and the impact of the anti-vaxxer movement on parents and their children.‘Exhaustion around the pandemic’: Parenting publishers find value in a break from COVID coverage|Sara Guaglione|April 5, 2021|Digiday