The SARS-CoV-2 Alpha variant was associated with increased clinical severity of COVID-19 in Scotland: A genomics-based retrospective cohort analysis

, David J. Pascall, Elen Vink, Rachel Blacow, Naomi Bulteel, Alasdair Campbell, Robyn Campbell, Sarah Clifford, Chris Davis, Ana da Silva Filipe, Noha El Sakka, Ludmila Fjodorova, Ruth Forrest, Emily Goldstein, Rory Gunson, John Haughney, Matthew T. G. Holden, Patrick Honour, Joseph Hughes, Edward JamesTim Lewis, Samantha Lycett, Oscar MacLean, Martin McHugh, Guy Mollett, Yusuke Onishi, Ben Parcell, Surajit Ray, David L Robertson, Sharif Shabaan, James G. Shepherd, Katherine Smollett, Kate Templeton, Elizabeth Wastnedge, Craig Wilkie, Thomas Williams, Emma C. Thomson (Lead / Corresponding author)

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