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New COVID vaccine mimics virus shape to provide robust antibody response: Study

Most protein-based vaccines train the immune system to recognise the RBD, a portion of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, which the virus uses to enter and infect human cells

Published on 13th August 2021
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Israel vaccinates over 30 per cent of teenagers aged 12-15 against COVID-19

On Monday, the ministry instructed four health maintenance organizations to start offering the third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for adults with weak immune systems

Published on 14th July 2021
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Study finds that immune cells can be stimulated to boost effect of chemotherapy 

The team believes that a more detailed understanding of TLS formation may aid in the development of personalised therapies that can help body's own immune system fight cancer

Published on 10th July 2021
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Study finds that immune cells can be trained to fight infections more aggressively

Researchers identified a key molecular mechanism within the infection-fighting cells of the innate immune system, that determine whether and how well the cells can be trained

Published on 28th June 2021
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Study by Yale researchers find that exposure to common cold can help combat COVID-19 infection

The study by Yale researchers found that the common respiratory virus jump-starts the activity of interferon-stimulated genes, early-response molecules in the immune system

Published on 16th June 2021
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AI will predict how patients with past viral infections will respond to new ones, find researchers

One, a set of 166 genes, reveals how the human immune system responds to viral infections. A second set of 20 signature genes predicts the severity of a patient's disease

Published on 12th June 2021
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Anti-inflammatory drugs may cause a weaker immune response to COVID-19 vaccine, says a study

They also measured the activation of key immune system cells, including CD8 killer T cells, which are generated as part of the body's immune response

Published on 3rd June 2021
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Is Sotrovimab the new treatment for mild COVID cases? European Medicines Agency seeks authorisation

Sotrovimab is a monoclonal antibody, a lab-produced antibody that is intended to stimulate the immune system by reducing the ability of the coronavirus's spike protein to enter the body's cells

Published on 7th May 2021
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This unusual treatment shows promise for kids with brain tumors

The treatment dripping millions of copies of a virus directly into kids' brains to infect their tumors and spur an immune system attack

Published on 13th April 2021
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Preservative used in popular processed foods may harm immune system, finds study

EWG recommends that immunotoxicity testing be prioritised for chemicals in food and food contact materials in order to protect public health from their potential harm to the immune system

Published on 25th March 2021
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Britain to be world's first country to run a COVID-19 human challenge study, help scientists understand virus transmission

It will help scientists understand how the immune system reacts to the novel coronavirus, and identify factors that influence how the virus is transmitted

Published on 18th February 2021
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Recovered COVID-19 patients may need only one shot of mRNA vaccines, say scientists 

These proteins train the immune system of vaccine recipients to fight the actual infectious coronavirus when their body encounters the pathogen

Published on 4th February 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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Genetically engineered T cells could lead to therapies for autoimmune diseases

The immune system fights bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens by utilizing several types of T cells, all of which have receptors that are specific to particular antigens

Published on 4th December 2020
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In recovering COVID-19 patients, antibodies fade quickly: Study

Antibodies produced by the body's immune system bind to a part of this protein and block the capacity of this "key" to engage with the host's cellular "lock"

Published on 17th October 2020

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