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If this virus mutates, so that person to person transmission is possible, and the very prospect of such an occurrence sends 'shivers running up and down the spine' of Professor Hugh Pennington, then, at the very least, the whole thing is quite worrying.
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It depends on the occuring virus' receptor while mutating...if the mutation makes the virus have a match between it's antireceptor with human's receptor..then, problem occurs...
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