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Anomalies in BatCoV/RaTG13 sequencing and provenance

Daoyu Zhang;
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  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
To this date, the most critical piece of evidence on the purposed “natural origin” theory of SARS-CoV-2, was the sequence known as RaTG13, allegedly collected from a single fecal sample from Rhinolophus Affinis. Understanding the provenance of RaTG13 is critical on the ongoing debate of the Origins of SARS-CoV-2. However, this sample is allegedly “used up” and therefore can no longer be accessed nor sequenced independently [1], and the only available data was the 3 related Genbank accessions: MN996532.1, SRX7724752 and SRX8357956. We report these datasets possessed multiple significant anomalies, and the provenence of the promised claims...
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