The Genome Center has not yet been named. monkey pox virus Hu just divided the infection into 4 groups.

The Genome Center has not yet been named. monkey pox virus Hu just divided the infection into 4 groups.

In the event that there is news that The World Health Organization (WHO) named the virus that causes smallpox or monkeypox (Monkeypox) as Clade, pronounced “Clade”. Department of Pediatrics Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University as a Royal Graduate School of Medicine and dentistry Pediatrics and Mr. Anan Chongkaewwatana, a virologist Director of Animal Health and Management Innovation Research Group The National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Biotech) posted a Facebook post confirming the same story. It is too soon to conclude that the World Health Organization has named the virus that causes chickenpox.

Today (August 16, 2022) reporters reported that the latest Medical Genome Center Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University Explaining the naming of viruses, the naming of virus types or types is the responsibility of the International Committee on the Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV), not the WHO. The process of naming the monkey pox virus and smallpox virus in other animals in process
Naming the monkey pox virus Being known for more than 64 years is not easy. Because the name should indicate the symptoms of the disease. Avoid the name of the outbreak place Avoid names of people or animals. and refrain from using names that cause social trauma. including resolving the names that appear on various databases For example, at the hospital (hospital) that is involved in the care, prevention, treatment and charge.

Examples of viral naming conventions are relatively complete based on conditions such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2).
On the part of the World Health Organization While awaiting the official naming of the smallpox virus from ICTV, it has been grouped or clled. (clade/variant) of monkey pox virus symptomatically and mutations that appear after genetic decoding has been completed. and effective immediately as follows:

The first virus (clade I) was found in the Congo Basin. (Central Africa) has a high disease severity. The mortality rate in some areas is as high as 10 percent. It is spread between animals and people.
mutate at a low rate

The second virus (clade II) was found in West Africa. have low disease severity The mortality rate is less than 1%. Animal-to-human transmission: All communities, genders, and ages are at risk of contracting monkey pox. Found infected in men 60 percent, in women 40 percent found the outbreak between people in a limited range and quickly subsided. Mutate at a low-medium rate.

Virus group 2a (clade IIa) outbreak in 2022 outside Africa. Most are found outside of Europe. have low disease severity The mortality rate is less than 1 percent. The genome has a different mutation. Virus group 1 (clade I) and virus group 2 (clade II) more than 46 sites due to the human enzyme “APOBEC3” gene, which is responsible for preventing the invasion of cells. The enzyme induces the viral genome to mutate in a specific way (TT converts to TA or GA converts to AA) and damages the genome. may not increase the number of viruses The remainder of the virus appears as a scar (TT turns TA or GA turns AA) on the genome, continually spreading person-to-person among 99 percent of MSM.
Virus cluster 2b (clade IIb) outbreak in 2022 outside Africa. Most are found in Europe. have low disease severity The mortality rate is less than 1 percent. The genome has a different mutation. Virus group 1 (clade I) and virus group 2 (clade II) are more than 46 sites because the human enzyme “APOBEC3” gene, which is responsible for preventing the invasion of the cell, is activated by the enzyme that stimulates the viral genome. There is a specific mutation (TT converted to TA or GA converted to AA) that damages the genome and prevents viral proliferation. The remaining virus It appears as a scar (TT turns TA or GA turns AA) on the genome, continually spreading person-to-person among 99 percent of MSM.

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