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Associations Between Genetically Predicted Protein Levels and COVID-19 Severity.

Subjects: COVID-19; FALSE discovery rate; SARS-CoV-2

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Jan2021, Vol. 223 Issue 1, p19-22. 4p.

  • Abstract: It is critical to identify potential causal targets for SARS-CoV-2, which may guide drug repurposing options. We assessed the associations between ...

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The Issue of Recurrently Positive Patients Who Recovered From COVID-19 According to the Current Discharge Criteria: Investigation of Patients from Multiple Medical Institutions in Wuhan, China.

Subjects: COVID-19; REVERSE transcriptase polymerase chain reactionWUHAN (China)

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Dec2020, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p1784-1788. 5p.

  • Abstract: The current discharge criteria for COVID-19 require that patients have 2 consecutive negative results for reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) detection. ...

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COVID-19 Vaccines: Should We Fear ADE?

Subjects: COVID-19 vaccines; COVID-19; RESPIRATORY syncytial virus

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. 12/15/2020, Vol. 222 Issue 12, p1946-1950. 5p.

  • Abstract: Might COVID-19 vaccines sensitize humans to antibody-dependent enhanced (ADE) breakthrough infections? This is unlikely because coronavirus diseases ...

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Plasma From Recovered COVID-19 Patients Inhibits Spike Protein Binding to ACE2 in a Microsphere-Based Inhibition Assay.

Subjects: CARRIER proteins; COVID-19; ANGIOTENSIN converting enzyme

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. 12/15/2020, Vol. 222 Issue 12, p1965-1973. 9p.

  • Abstract: We present a microsphere-based flow cytometry assay that quantifies the ability of plasma to inhibit the binding of spike protein to angiotensin-converting enzyme 2. Plasma from 22 ...

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Nonpharmaceutical Interventions Used to Control COVID-19 Reduced Seasonal Influenza Transmission in China.

Subjects: SEASONAL influenza; COVID-19; COVID-19 pandemicCHINA

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Dec2020, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p1780-1783. 4p.

  • Abstract: To suppress the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Chinese government has implemented nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs). Because COVID-19 and ...

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Ethical Implementation of Immunity Passports During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Subjects: COVID-19 pandemic; PUBLIC health ethics; PASSPORTS

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. 9/1/2020, Vol. 222 Issue 5, p715-718. 4p.

  • Abstract: A number of countries are planning the use of "immunity passports" as a way to ease restrictive measures and allow infected and recovered people to ...

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Neutralizing Antibody Responses in COVID-19 Convalescent Sera.

Subjects: CONVALESCENT plasma; COVID-19; ANTIBODY formationUNITED States

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Jan2021, Vol. 223 Issue 1, p47-55. 9p.

  • Abstract: Passive transfer of antibodies from COVID-19 convalescent patients is being used as an experimental treatment for eligible patients with

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A Granulocytic Signature Identifies COVID-19 and Its Severity.

Subjects: COVID-19; BIOMARKERS; INTENSIVE care units

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. 12/15/2020, Vol. 222 Issue 12, p1985-1996. 12p.

  • Abstract: Background: An unbiased approach to SARS-CoV-2-induced immune dysregulation has not been undertaken so far. We aimed to identify ...

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Postmortem Findings in Italian Patients With COVID-19: A Descriptive Full Autopsy Study of Cases With and Without Comorbidities.

Subjects: COVID-19; AUTOPSY; POSTMORTEM changesROME

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Dec2020, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p1807-1815. 9p.

  • Abstract: Background: Descriptions of the pathological features of coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) caused by the novel zoonotic ...

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Circulating Endothelial Cells as a Marker of Endothelial Injury in Severe COVID -19.

Subjects: ENDOTHELIAL cells; COVID-19; INTENSIVE care patients

  • Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases. Dec2020, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p1789-1793. 5p.

  • Abstract: Beside the commonly described pulmonary expression of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), major vascular events have been reported. ...

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