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The older you are, the more antibodies you'll have, finds Montreal researchers

In their study published in Scientific Reports, they observe that those who received the Pfizer BioNTech or AstraZeneca vaccine had antibody levels that were significantly higher than infected individ

Published on 9th November 2021
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At least 73 per cent population of Odisha has developed antibodies against COVID: ICMR survey

There was also no difference in developing antibody after taking Covaxin and Covishield vaccines, ICMR's Regional Medical Research director said.

Published on 27th September 2021
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Study finds that tiny antibodies from llamas can potentially treat COVID-19

The nanobodies, which bind tightly to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, neutralising it in cell culture, could provide a cheaper and easier to use alternative to human antibodies

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Study finds that rogue antibodies drive severity, death in COVID-19 patients

The rogue antibodies are known as autoantibodies, and are also present in a small proportion of healthy, uninfected individuals and their prevalence increases with age

Published on 2nd September 2021
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Study shows antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 remain stable, even increase seven months after infection

The results also supported the idea that pre-existing antibodies against common cold Coronaviruses could protect against COVID-19

Published on 9th August 2021
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University of Hong Kong study finds Pfizer COVID vaccine produces more antibodies than China's Sinovac

Some who received the Sinovac vaccine might need a third booster shot as well, lead researcher Professor Benjamin Cowling, an epidemiologist with HKU was quoted as saying by the TRTWorld

Published on 20th June 2021
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KGMU survey reveals vaccines produce stronger, long-lasting antibodies than in COVID-recovered patients

The study further found that the desirable herd immunity which can break the chain of viruses, can only be achieved by mass vaccination and not through the natural course of transmission of infection

Published on 10th June 2021
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Pfizer jab produces less antibodies against Delta variant of the Coronavirus according to Lancet

For the study, the team analysed antibodies in the blood of 250 healthy people who received either one or two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, up to three months after their first dose

Published on 4th June 2021
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New study finds 96 per cent of COVID-19 patients still have antibodies a year after recovery

The study also found that only 69 per cent of people who were sick with mild or no symptoms of COVID-19 last year had antibodies to fight the South African variant six months after being ill

Published on 22nd May 2021
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Vax-induced antibodies may be less effective against new COVID variants

The team used their experience measuring HIV neutralizing antibodies to create similar assays for Covid-19, comparing how well the antibodies worked against the original strain versus the new variants

Published on 13th March 2021
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Less than 10 pc of world's population have coronavirus antibodies: WHO chief scientist

The WHO chief scientist also stressed that the only way to achieve mass herd immunity is through vaccination

Published on 1st March 2021
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Researchers find that COVID-19 triggers antibodies from previous coronavirus infections

The study noted that humans have navigated at least six other types of coronaviruses before SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19

Published on 23rd January 2021
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Novel method may help detect COVJD-19 antibodies in seconds, claim researchers

In addition to testing, the platform will help to quantify patient immunological response to the new vaccines with precision, according to a paper published in the journal Advanced Materials

Published on 9th January 2021
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Antibodies target different part of coronavirus in severe COVID-19 cases: Study

According to the scientists, including those from Stanford University in the US, the findings shed new light on the links between the course of the disease and a patient's immune response

Published on 25th December 2020
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May vaccinate those infected with Covid or having its antibodies: Government

Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that this process is already in the mandate of a national expert group for vaccine administration, headed by V.K. Paul, member, NITI Aayog (health

Published on 2nd December 2020

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