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Polish lab in search of Covid-19 cure

09.04.2020 16:00
A team of researchers from the Jagiellonian University in southern Poland believe they have come up with a substance that inhibits infection leading to the COVID-19 disease.
  • Polish lab in search of Covid-19 cure: audio report
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“The substance works in a very simple way as it prevents the infection of cells by inhibiting the virus’ interaction with its cell receptor,” said virologist Krzysztof Pyrć.

“That means that even if the virus enters a human body, it is unable to cause an infection,” he added.

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