Africa: How Covid-19 Damages Lungs – Virus Attacks Mitochondria, Continuing an Ancient Battle

[The Conversation Africa] Viruses and bacteria have a very long history. Because viruses can’t reproduce without a host, they’ve been attacking bacteria for millions of years. Some of those bacteria eventually became mitochondria, synergistically adapting to life within eukaryotic cells (cells that have a nucleus containing chromosomes).

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