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Why COVID infection in your pet dogs, cats may be common than thought

With pets in 40/196 households (20.4 per cent) having antibodies for the virus, the study reveals that COVID-19 is highly prevalent in pets of people who have had the disease

Published on 1st July 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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US Study finds why some COVID-19 patients may not develop lasting immunity

This process, along with controlled mutations in antibody genes, allows the immune system to select for and immortalise B cells that make the best antibodies against a particular pathogen

Published on 20th August 2020
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Tensions mount in Himachal as over 600 school students test positive for COVID since reopening

It is noteworthy that in the serosurvey conducted a few days ago, more than 61 per cent of children in the age group of 10 to 17 years were found to have antibodies against the virus

Published on 27th October 2021
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Study suggests that COVID-19 vaccines may offer long-lasting protection against virus

Critical studies are underway, and evidence is mounting that immunity from the mRNA vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna doesn't depend exclusively on antibodies that dwindle over time

Published on 3rd June 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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Study finds treatment for brain disease transmitted by tick bites

The neutralising antibodies have shown promise in preventing tick-borne encephalitis in mice

Published on 12th April 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 finds that mild COVID-19 induces life-long antibody protection

The researchers noted that immune cells could persist for a lifetime, churning out antibodies all the while

Published on 25th May 2021
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Study finds that immune system of recovered COVID-19 patients may evolve to fight coronavirus variants

The research noted that antibodies are produced by immune cells that keep evolving due to continued exposure to remnants of the virus hidden in the gut tissue

Published on 24th January 2021
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Studies find having COVID-19 may protect against reinfection

The results bode well for vaccines, which provoke the immune system to make antibodies — substances that attach to a virus and help it be eliminated

Published on 24th December 2020
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Seasonal or common cold in past may give protection from COVID-19: Study

The study showed that the COVID-19-causing virus, SARS-CoV-2, induces memory B cells, long-lived immune cells that detect pathogens, create antibodies to destroy them

Published on 30th September 2020
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Scientists identify patterns of coronavirus mutations which enables it to escape existing vaccines

The spike protein is the part of the coronavirus which enables it to infect host cells, and is also the segment of the virus against which the body produces neutralising antibodies

Published on 4th February 2021
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Rwandan scientists conducting research on the immunity of recovered COVID-19 patients

Scientists in Rwanda are carrying out research aimed at finding out whether people who recovered from the COVID-19 in the country got specific antibodies to the virus, an official said Monday

Published on 26th May 2020

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