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  1. Genetic risk factor found for Covid-19 smell and taste loss ...

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    Jan 17, 2022 · This genetic risk factor increases the likelihood a person infected with SARS-CoV-2 will experience a loss of smell or taste by 11 percent. While some …

  2. Study Finds Genetic Factor for COVID Smell and Taste Loss

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    Jan 18, 2022 · A genetic risk factor could explain why some people lose their senses of smell and taste when they get infected with COVID-19, according to a new …

  3. A genetic analysis hints at why COVID-19 can mess with smell

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    Jan 17, 2022 · The UGT2A1/UGT2A2 locus is associated with COVID-19-related loss of smell or taste. Nature Genetics . Published online January 17, 2022. doi: 10.1038/s41588-021-00986-w.

  4. Genetic Risk Factor Found for COVID Smell and Taste Loss, New …

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    Jan 19, 2022 · Genetic Risk Factor Found for COVID Smell and Taste Loss, New Study Says. Study found that women are more vulnerable to lose their senses of taste or smell. From the beginning of the pandemic, one of the most common—and straight-up weirdest—symptoms of COVID-19 has been the virus's tendency to cause a loss of taste or smell.

  5. Genetic risk factor found for Covid-19 smell and taste loss ...

    https://news.yahoo.com/genetic-risk-factor-found-covid-160358234.html

    Jan 17, 2022 · A genetic locus near two olfactory genes is associated with Covid-induced loss of smell and taste, according to the study. A locus is the fixed position of a gene on a chromosome. This genetic risk factor increases the likelihood a person infected with SARS-CoV-2 will experience a loss of smell or taste by 11 percent. While some estimates ...

  6. Genetic Risk Factor Found for COVID Smell and Taste Loss, New …

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/genetic-risk-factor-found-covid-144508926.html

    Jan 19, 2022 · Loss of smell (anosmia) and loss of taste (ageusia) are symptoms that were identified in COVID-19 patients at the early stage of infection. According to …

  7. Loss of smell and taste after COVID-19 could be gene: study | CTV …

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    Jan 18, 2022 · Study reveals potential genetic risk factor for loss of smell and taste with COVID-19. More than 1,500 air travellers in Canada tried to defy mask-wearing rules in …

  8. Who’s Most Likely to Lose Sense of Smell, Taste from COVID-19

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    Feb 16, 2022 · Based on this, they estimated that 37 percent of people had some form of taste loss after a coronavirus infection. This fits with what was seen …