Assays using pseudoviruses have been indispensable in our efforts to halt the current pandemic.
The strength of immune responses after the first dose of COVID-19 vaccines could make or break this strategy and policy makers need to be able to adapt.
First and foremost, the goal is to ultimately keep people out of hospitals. The good news is all of the currently approved vaccines do just that.
New active substances that can block the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus discovered in proof-of-concept study.
Moisture-resistant mask filters made from compostable and abundant materials could help curb plastic pollution as a result of the pandemic.
A scientific detective story unearths how SARS-CoV-2 evolves new variants that evade antibodies.
Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine gives around 92% protection against COVID-19, results published in The Lancet reveal.
Vaccinating the most vulnerable first may not have the greatest impact on COVID-19, new model suggests
A new simulator can accurately model COVID-19 and the effects of different mitigation strategies, which researchers say could help guide new policies to combat the pandemic.
Whilst vaccines against COVID-19 show there is light at the end of the tunnel, three main challenges still need to be addressed.
The testing platform identifies the presence of two antibodies in microliter samples of blood.