A two-year study uncovers potential immune biomarkers to detect long COVID, and evidence that its inflammatory symptoms may resolve over time.
While the new Omicron XBB COVID-19 subvariant deftly dodges immune defences even in vaccinated individuals, researchers find that mixed mRNA vaccines may offer a vital boost of protection.
A novel machine learning framework enables data sharing for pandemic management while safeguarding patient privacy.
A study reveals how age, SARS-CoV-2 variants and booster shots affect immune responses to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Investigations into an under-explored region of SARS-CoV-2’s spike protein reveals detailed structural insights that can represent valuable drug targets.
A new genetically-modified mouse model offers a powerful and reliable platform to study human immune responses to complex infections.
Wastewater surveillance in epidemiological studies can help researchers better understand and control COVID-19 outbreaks.
A surge in Singapore’s bike-sharing usage during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the importance of shared mobility modes during periods of restricted public transit.
With near-real-time genomic monitoring, researchers catch emergent, treatment-evading SARS-CoV-2 mutations in immunocompromised patients with chronic infections.
Researchers perform a head-to-head test on different disinfection methods using ultraviolet light to reveal the optimal protocol for deactivating coronaviruses.
A novel tissue-profiling approach provides new insights into the mechanisms of fatal COVID-19 by analysing
different molecules and cell populations within organs.