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9 Jun, 20 tweets, 7 min read
The most dishonest paper known.
The paper in fact, compared only icSARS-CoV Urbani, which is in fact the only coronavirus RGS that made use of the bgII restriction enzyme. All current
RGS systems for SARS-CoV-2 made use of the type IIS enzyme BsaI and Esp3I/BsmBI. None have used that Urbani BgII because the genome is too different to be compatible with that old system.
dN introduced for these specific sites likely disrupted key function and consequently type IIS enzymes was used ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P… for all subsequent RGS systems for Coronaviruses.

In deed, all subsequent infectious clone systems used on Coronaviruses are based on type IIS enzymes ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P… not type IIG enzymes as in SARS-CoV Urbani.
They refused to accept the fact that basically no current papers that published infectious SARS-CoV-2 clones have ever made the clone to be compatible with SARS-CoV Urbani.

Considering these modern systems, SARS-CoV-2 is the only one that is clonable in this manner.
In fact, their use of MP789 indicating that it is in fact a clone—the virus never existed in the samples while the animals were still alive,
but only entered the samples afterward as contamination first and deliberate spike-in after. “Viral replication” without ACE2 expression when the S have been found only to use ACE2? Fake samples smooshed together with animal sample as matrix.
Notice how the S is swapped. BsaI/BsmBI, not BgII. ImageImageImage
“„The original fragments E and F were shortened to leave spike gene as an independent fragment. The new fragments were designated as Es and Fs. BsaI or BsmBI sites were introduced into the junctions of Es/Spike and Spike/Fs.
Then any spike could be substituted into the genome of SARSr-CoV WIV1 through this strategy.“”

BsmBI/BsaI type IIS no seem’s is THE earliest mean to clone a Coronavirus. BgII based ligation is only used for Urbani.
Even SARS-Urbani have been cloned without that BgII. Image

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