Information about Yaravirus. Full description coming soon.
“Here we describe Yaravirus, an entity that could represent either the first isolated virus of Acanthamoeba spp. out of the group of NCLDVs or, in alternative evolutive scenario, it is a distant ...\r\nThe newly discovered 'Yaravirus' poses no threat to humans Credit: UFMG. It comes amid the deadly spread of a new virus across the world from China. The new Brazilian virus, which poses no threat ...\r\nThe Yaravirus (Yaravirus brasiliensis), named after a water deity in Brazilian mythology and folklore, was discovered in Lake Pampulha in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte. Also on rt.com Сhina unveils mobile app that DETECTS coronavirus close contact.\r\nIn the wake of the Coronavirus health emergency, the newly discovered “Yaravirus” in Brazil is causing confusion in the science community. The mystery virus, harvested from an amoeba in the Brazilian man-made Lake Pampulha, was suspiciously smaller than other viruses typically known to attack amoeba.\r\nThe Yaravirus, which was named after Yara, a mythological Brazilian water goddess, was found in Lake Pampulha, an artificial lagoon in the city of Belo Horizonte, according to a new research paper ...\r\nSome of Yaravirus’s genes look like those in a giant virus, but it is still unclear how the two are related, Professor Abrahão told ScienceMag.org.\r\nCIENCIA. Descubren el yaravirus, un virus de origen desconcertante Un laboratorio de Brasil localiza un microorganismo con más de un 90 % de genes que no se habían encontrado nunca antes en la ...\r\nScientists discover virus with no recognizable genes. By Elizabeth Pennisi Feb. 7, 2020 , 10:25 AM. Viruses are some of the most mysterious organisms on Earth. They’re among the world’s ...\r\nThe discovery of a new virus has left scientists puzzled, as they found that the organism has nearly "no recognizable genes," according to The Independent. The virus has been dubbed the Yaravirus ...\r\nYARA in a nutshell. YARA is a tool aimed at (but not limited to) helping malware researchers to identify and classify malware samples. With YARA you can create descriptions of malware families (or whatever you want to describe) based on textual or binary patterns.\r\n