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Those variants aren’t necessarily the genetic tweaks that lead to more severe disease, but they flag that one or more genes in the region might be responsible for increasing susceptibility to the coronavirus.
One of the biggest problems facing quantum computers is their susceptibility to disturbances, which can easily introduce errors into their calculations.
Scientists have speculated other factors influence susceptibility, including pre-existing levels of inflammation and immunity, the amount of virus that starts an infection, and patients’ genetic makeup.
In May, they tangled over children’s susceptibility to the coronavirus.
However, in an ongoing pandemic with no guarantee that a vaccine will be available anytime soon, the heterogeneity of susceptibility has real implications for the disease’s herd immunity threshold.
There are others who disclose a special susceptibility to the more simple effects of pathos.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
Even orthodoxy must trip it on tiptoe; there was always some prejudice, some susceptibility to consider.
These were terrific moments; I had already felt them, but never with such intense susceptibility as then.
She dwelt on the ancestral causes that gave him a nature of exceptional and dangerous susceptibility.
LADY BYRON VINDICATEDHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Or there may be mental weakness and neurotic susceptibility in regard to a special class of impressions.

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