Determining pathogenicity of various variants and strains of COVID-19 (Benjamin Pinsky, Michael Snyder)

Snyder and his group plan to track different variants and strains of COVID-19 and quantitatively determine which ones correlate with different phenotypes, such as levels of pathogenicity. His team also plans to study the false negative rate of COVID-19, seeking to better understand how many people receive a false negative test result during early stages of the disease. Stanford Office of Technology Licensing 650-723-0651

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