Antibodies that recognize the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein show potential for diagnosing COVID-19.
The presence of memory T cells in COVID-19-recovered patients hints at their importance in COVID-19 immunity.
Could there be a drug that can both treat and protect against COVID-19? The answer may be found in antibody drugs, a promising therapeutic modality against the coronavirus.
A new test manufactured by A*STAR’s Diagnostics Development Hub in partnership with Duke-NUS Medical School could reveal if an individual is likely immune to COVID-19.
Sebastian Maurer-Stroh shares how bioinformatics has enabled Singapore to respond quickly to COVID-19 and will continue to play an important role in ongoing surveillance.
Two coronavirus experts suggest that the best way to control an outbreak may be to first understand viral biology and behavior in animals and humans.
Surveillance and contact tracing are key to limiting the widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the community, experts find.
Scientists at A*STAR have found that a mutation in SARS-CoV-2 called ∆382 leads to milder clinical outcomes, with implications for COVID-19 treatments and vaccines.
Two early cases of COVID-19 in Thailand represent the first confirmed exported cases from China, a Thai-Singapore team reports.
From transparent masks to antimicrobial coatings, newer face masks in development will include advanced design features and materials.
Regular disinfection can help to limit the spread of viral infections such as COVID-19, but only if carried out appropriately, write Xian Jun Loh and colleagues.
Antiviral strategies against COVID-19 broadly fall into two groups: those that target the virus and those that target the host factors that are essential for virus replication.