The Wuhan Institute Of Virology has been the center of controversy ever since the Covid outbreak and it was found that Anthony Fauci lied about the gain of function research at the facility. Now, according to reports released in February 2022, there were experiments on Monkeypox going on. Just a few short months before the worldwide outbreak.
The paper, “Efficient Assembly of a Large Fragment of Monkeypox Virus Genome as a qPCR Template Using Dual-Selection Based Transformation-Associated Recombination.” refers to “MPXVs,” which are described as having strains that are “more pathogenic and [have] been reported to infect humans in various parts of the world.”
“Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) is the gold standard for the detection of orthopoxvirus (including MPXV). For pan-orthopoxviruses detection, the E9L (DNA polymerase) gene has been shown to be an excellent target for qPCR assays. For MPXV detection, Li et al. reported that the C3L (complement-binding protein) gene could be used as the qPCR target for the MPXV Congo Basin strain,” explained the paper, before noting that China lacked sufficient genetic information on the virus for PCR detection.
“Since MPXV infection has never been associated with an outbreak in China, the viral genomic material required for qPCR detection is unavailable,” the study adds. “In this report, we employed dual-selective TAR to assemble a 55-kb MPXV genomic fragment that encompasses E9L and C3L, two valuable qPCR targets for detecting MPXV or other orthopoxviruses.”
“The primary purpose of assembling a fragment of the MPXV genome is to provide a nucleotide template for MPXV detection,” the study noted.
“As an efficient tool for assembling large DNA fragments up to 592 kb in length, TAR assembly has become essential for preparing infectious clones of large DNA/RNA viruses,” they explain.
All of the researchers involved with this study work at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology performed similar research into strains of bat coronaviruses that could infect humans. The research for that took place shortly before the Covid outbreak.
The Biden White House last week ordered 13 million doses of the monkeypox vaccine after a Massachusetts man contracted the disease.
The U.S. Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) spent $119 million on the acquisition of the vaccine for the monkeypox virus from the Denmark-based biotechnology company Bavarian Nordic A/S. The federal government has an additional $180 million in options if it chooses to exercise them.
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The outbreaks are unusual because they are occurring in countries where the virus is not endemic, according to the WHO.
“WHO is working with the affected countries and others to expand disease surveillance to find and support people who may be affected, and to provide guidance on how to manage the disease,” the agency said in a statement Friday.
European nations have confirmed dozens of cases in the largest outbreak of monkeypox ever on the continent, according to the German military. The U.S. has confirmed at least one case, and Canada has confirmed two. Monkeypox is usually found in Central and West African rainforests where animals that carry the virus live, according to the WHO.