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'Indian strain' of Coronavirus spreads faster, but little evidence of it being more lethal, say experts

The B.1.617 variant of SARS-CoV2, also being called a 'double mutant' or the 'Indian strain', has been found prevalent largely in Maharashtra and Delhi

Published on 27th April 2021
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A new University of California study shows immunity drops quickly in mild COVID-19 cases

The findings raise concern that humoral immunity against SARS-CoV-2 may not be long lasting in persons with mild illness, who compose the majority of persons with COVID-19, said the study

Published on 22nd July 2020
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AI helps identify drugs that can kill SARS-CoV-2 in cells 

The team validated the candidate compounds in several types of cells, including stem-cell derived human lung cells in an effort to mimic SARS-CoV2 infection of the respiratory tract

Published on 20th August 2021
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Astronomers discover quasars warped by naturally occurring cosmic lens

Quasars are extremely luminous cores of distant galaxies that are powered by supermassive black holes

Published on 9th April 2021
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Both Pfizer, Moderna vaccines work on the B.1.617 COVID strain first identified in India, says US Study

The study shows that the newly identified SARS-CoV-2 variants identified in India are neutralised well by antibodies in individuals vaccinated with both vaccines

Published on 19th May 2021
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Cancer drug lessens toxicity of protein from SARS-COV-2, find researchers

For the study, published in the journal in Cell & Bioscience, the team introduced each of these 27 SARS-CoV-2 genes in human cells and examined their toxicity

Published on 27th March 2021
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Children play larger but silent role in community spread of Coronavirus, research finds

In the study of 192 children ages 0-22, 49 children tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, and an additional 18 children had late-onset, COVID-19-related illness, according to the researchers

Published on 20th August 2020
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Common BP drugs don't increase risk of Covid-19 severity, reveals a new study

For the findings, the research team examined the effect of ACE2 and ARBs in the lungs, which are considered one of the main targets for SARS-CoV-2 entry into the body

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Common COVID antibiotic no more effective than placebo, finds a new study

The study included 263 participants who all tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 within seven days before entering the study

Published on 17th July 2021
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Coronavirus has a natural origin, says study

As of February 20, 2020, nearly 167,500 COVID-19 cases have been documented, although many more mild cases have likely gone undiagnosed

Published on 18th March 2020
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COVID-19 virus infects human intestinal cells, study finds 

The finding, published in the journal Science, shows that the intestines are a target organ for the SARS-CoV-2 virus

Published on 4th May 2020
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COVID-19: Risk of severe illness, death in children very low, UK study finds

The risk of death from SARS-CoV-2 is extremely low in children but it increases the likelihood of serious illness in the most vulnerable young people

Published on 9th July 2021
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First COVID-19 vaccine human trial finds it is safe, induces immune response

However, the scientists, including those from the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology in China said further research is needed to confirm whether the vaccine protects against SARS-COV-2 infection

Published on 23rd May 2020
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Gene therapy, select antivirals most promising for defeating COVID-19: Study 

The study analysed approaches for SARS-CoV-2 and its relatives such as SARS-Cov and other yet unknown strains

Published on 24th April 2020
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Getting a dental procedure done won't increase your risk of contracting COVID, suggest study

Even when low levels of the SARS-CoV-2 virus were detected in the saliva of asymptomatic patients, the aerosols generated during their procedures showed no signs of the Coronavirus

Published on 14th May 2021

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