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This Australia university just developed a 20-minute COVID-19 blood test

The test requires 25 microliters of plasma from blood samples and positive COVID-19 cases will cause agglutination or clustering of the red blood cells, which is easily identifiable to the naked eye

Published on 20th July 2020
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Usable COVID-19 vaccine only after 2020: IMA Board of Hospitals Chairman

Dr Monga further added that for developing a vaccine there are multiple stages and steps. "Developing a vaccine is not a political decision, it involves a lot of steps and procedures," he said

Published on 19th July 2020
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Turmeric compound could kill alpha-level coronavirus TGEV found in piglets

TGEV is highly infectious and is invariably fatal in piglets younger than two weeks, thus posing a major threat to the global swine industry

Published on 19th July 2020
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India cross 10.77 lakh mark, close to 39k people test positive for Coronavirus in 24 hours

For 17 of the last 20 days, including 11 in a row now, the number of people recovering from Covid in Delhi has remained higher than newly detected infections

Published on 19th July 2020
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Obesity and metabolic syndrome are risk factors for severe influenza, COVID-19

Multiple studies have shown that obesity is associated with increased severity of influenza A, higher viral titers in exhaled breath and prolonged transmission of the virus

Published on 16th July 2020
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Learning English: What do words like 'fast-track', 'backtrack', 'back-pedal' mean?

To ‘fast-track’ means to accelerate or speed up the progress of something. The other words that can be used instead of ‘fast-track’ include hasten, quicken, rush and expedite

Published on 11th July 2020
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EU adopts regulation to allow quick development of COVID-19 vaccine

The regulation that allows temporary derogation from certain rules for clinical trials was approved on Friday by 505 votes in favour, 67 against and 109 abstentions following an urgent debate 

Published on 11th July 2020
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With USA asking international students to go back, will Indian students still apply to Ivy League schools this year?

With the US government asking international students to go back to their countries if the fall semester is held online, will Indian students still want that Harvard degree?

Published on 8th July 2020
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Scientists strike note of caution as 'Made in India' vaccine programme gains momentum

Immunogenicity is the ability of a foreign substance, such as an antigen, to provoke an immune response in the body of a human or other animal, explained the experts

Published on 4th July 2020
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India needs national guidelines on how you report data: WHO Chief Scientist 

According to WHO, India's big challenge is "population", its geographic diversity, heterogeneity and the fact that India has multiple epidemics going on every state

Published on 4th July 2020
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Researchers find antibodies that could shield kids from rare, polio-like disease

There is no specific treatment for AFM, which tends to strike in the late summer or early fall and which has been associated with some deaths

Published on 4th July 2020
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Independence day gift? ICMR to launch the first indigenous COVID vaccine by August 15

It noted that this is the first indigenous vaccine being developed by India and is one of the top priority projects which is being monitored at the topmost level of the government

Published on 3rd July 2020
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Now, biotech, B Pharma students to aid research on COVID-19 drug

The dreaded virus has claimed over 17,800 lives in India so far, and there are currently 2,26,947 active cases in the country

Published on 2nd July 2020
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Narendra Modi chairs meeting to review planning for COVID vaccine

Modi also directed officials to evaluate in a broad manner available technology options that can form the backbone of the national endeavor to vaccinate all in the most efficient and timely manner

Published on 30th June 2020
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Why it is only people who are illiterate about viruses that will call the lockdown useless

The argument that India started the lockdown too late is not valid from a medical perspective and from a social one

Published on 29th June 2020

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