BioProject: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  Source:		MN994467

     		Wuhan seafood market pneumonia virus
			isolate 2019-nCoV/USA-CA1/2020,
			complete genome


			This is a sample genome of the new coronavirus,
			2019 novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, SARS-CoV2),
			an enveloped, positive-sense, single-stranded RNA,
			B lineage Betacoronavirus (β-CoV, Beta-CoV).

			This sample genome was isolated from a human
			in California by nasopharyngeal swab on
			January 23, 2020.

			The first known human infection was identified
			in December, 2019 at Wuhan, China, near the
			Huanan animal market where wild caught
			animals were kept and sold for food.

			These novel coronaviruses cause COVID-19,
			a viral respiratory tract infection with symptoms
			from cough to severe acute respiratory syndrome
			and life threatening respiratory distress.

			Genomic analysis shows the new coronavirus
			is most closely related to previously identified
			Chinese bat coronaviruses (MG772933, MG772934).

			For more information regarding viral pathogenesis,
			course of illness, disease transmission and vaccine,
			view the content page for coronavirus infection.

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