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On April 12, 2003, scientists working at theMichael Smith Genome Sciences Centre inVancouver, British Columbia finished mapping the genetic sequence of a coronavirus believed to be linked to SARS. The team was led by Dr. Marco Marra and worked in collaboration with the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, using samples from infected patients in Toronto. The map, hailed by the WHO as an important step forward in fighting SARS, is shared with scientists worldwide via the GSC website (see below). Dr. Donald Lowof Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto described the discovery as having been made with "unprecedented speed." The sequence of the SARS coronavirus has since been confirmed by other independent groups.