Scientists have found a man whose blood blocks the coronavirus

Blood samples from a patient who was diagnosed with SARS in 2003 contained an antibody blocking the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, says UNIAN. This person can help scientists in finding methods to combat the new coronavirus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors say. Antibodies are ...

Coronavirus antibody test: why do you need to do it

Many people who have had a respiratory illness in recent months but have not done a coronavirus test are wondering if they were infected with it, write CBS. It is known that thousands of people in the United States could get COVID-19 asymptomatically. Now the Americans are wondering if ...

Scientists first created an antibody that neutralizes coronavirus in human cells

Although there is currently no known cure for COVID-19 disease, researchers first created an antibody that "neutralizes SARS-CoV-2" in human cells, offering potential for the prevention and treatment of coronavirus infection, Fox News writes. The study notes that the antibody known as 47D11 was ...

WHO: the presence of antibodies to coronavirus does not mean that a person is immune to COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a warning about testing for antibodies to coronavirus, which says that there are no serological tests that could show whether a person is immune or protected from reinfection. This is written by CNBC. "Tests for ...

It brings humanity closer to treating the disease: Israeli scientists get antibodies to coronavirus

Researchers at the Israel Institute of Biological Research in Ness Ziona were able to obtain antibodies to the coronavirus COVID-19. About this writes Hromadske Radio. This discovery brings humanity closer to curing the disease. The institute noted that this is far from a vaccine, but finding antibodies is the first step ...

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