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Month: April 2022

EDITORIAL- APRIL

EDITORIAL- APRIL

Editorial
          Scientists across the globe are involved with various studies on persistent symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection aside from common symptoms. Number of studies have highlighted psychological symptoms as anxiety, depression etc. Many other studies have revealed asthenia, anosmia, taste disorders etc. A research published on 1st April in Nature Communication Rutkai et al. (2022) have pointed the neurological manifestation of COVID-19 infections in non-human primates. Four Rhesus macaques (13-15 years) and four wild African green monkeys (16 years) were used in study. All of them developed infection within first week of exposure. Cell death-associated neuronal changes were noted in cerebellum of infected animals. Microhemorrhages were demonstrated in cerebellum, brainstem and ...