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A team of Indian scientists have found that the monkeypox virus strain circulating in the country is different from the strain that caused ‘superspreader events’ in Europe, leading to a global outbreak of the disease. The team from Indian Council of Medical Research-National Institute of Virology (ICMR-NIV), Pune, conducted genetic sequencing of two monkeypox cases from Kerala. The data showed that the virus strain present in the country is A.2, that was recently imported to India from the Middle East.
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