Dutch scientists have developed a rapid corona test that is just as accurate as those done in the laboratory. If biomarkers are found, fluorescent proteins light up.
Göttingen researchers have apparently found a way to switch off the coronavirus and its new variants using mini-antibodies, so-called nanobodies.
A study at Saarland University has shown that a combination with active ingredients from Astrazeneca and Biontech/Pfizer appears to be the best combination.
The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus uses the natural green and yellow pigments biliverdin and bilirubin of bruises to cunningly hide from the immune system.
Scientists at the University of Potsdam have developed new monoclonal antibodies to detect the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which could now pave the way for further rapid tests.
In the wake of the current corona pandemic, Austrian scientists are gaining new insights into a specific gene that plays a key role in the body's own defense system.
Scientists at Jena University Hospital are also looking into whether those people who have not produced antibodies have built up any immunity.
Swiss scientists have identified the sites on the ‘armour’ of SARS-CoV-2 that are most often targeted by antibodies. The University of Geneva (UNIGE) announced last […]
The Austrian government has committed itself to testing in the fight against the corona virus. This calls for a vast number of test kits. For […]
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