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AstraZeneca and Oxford University (UK) have resumed the progress of their Phase III COVID-19 vaccine trial after investigating unexpected side effects in a patient enrolled in the trial in the UK.
COVID-19 patients who develop a cytokine storm in response to infection could be unable to produce memory cells that provide long-term protection against SARS-CoV-2.
An epidemiological study has revealed that COVID-19 outcomes are better in those countries that have undertaken a TB vaccination regime in the last 15 years.
An update on the state of knowledge on the COVID-19 pandemic and how this pertains to health including the influence on antiviral strategies to stop the spread of the virus and potential treatments for the disease.
The Oxford vaccine, ChAdOx1 nCoV-19, has demonstrated strong immune responses to COVID-19 in patients, as well as a good safety profile, as the results of the Phase I/II trial are published.
The emergence and global spread of SARS-CoV-2 has prompted scientific study on an unprecedented scale, with an urgent need for…
Harvard’s Wyss Institute is leveraging its unique technology innovation capabilities to develop diagnostic, therapeutic, and vaccine interventions for COVID-19 at lightning speed.
Researchers at the Emory Vaccine Center have demonstrated that a novel adjuvant, 3M-052, can aid long-lasting immunity against HIV in rhesus monkeys. This could have implications for developing successful vaccines against HIV, influenza and COVID-19.
A COVID-19 vaccine is widely regarded as the panacea for a fast track to normal life. There are currently over 120 vaccine candidates in development, with ten already in clinical trials. Take a look at the front-runners.