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A COVID-19 machine learning model based on standard laboratory tests – an interview with Steven Phelps and Vafa Bayat of Bitscopic
In an interview with leaders from Bitscopic, we learn about the predictive model, with a machine learning algorithm that they use to predict the diagnostic fingerprint of COVID-19, using standard laboratory tests.
Infectious Diseases Hub has partnered with Future Virology to bring you exclusive access to articles and features in the recent Special Focus Issue.
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.
In an exclusive interview with an author behind one of the papers published in the recent Future Virology Special Focus Issue, heptatitis and COVID-19 are discussed.
In this Commentary article published in the Special Focus Issue in Future Virology on the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers study the safety of different populations in regard to the spread of disease.
In this Special Report from the ‘COVID-19: studying the global pandemic’ Special Focus Issue authors theorize about the identification of asymptomatic patients and the impact this has on the spread of COVID-19.
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.
The genetic basis for a high level in clinical variability among COVID-19 patients – an interview with Alessandra Renieri
In this interview with Alessandra Renieri we hear about the GEN-COVID network in Italy working to dsicover the genetic variability in COVID-19 patients who show phenotypic differences and what this means for treating the disease.
A study undertaken in South Korea has shown that the viral load in asymptomatic COVID-19 patients is the same as in those who show symptoms of the disease and this could be contributing to the spread of the infection in populations.