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IntroductionA gleam of light finally shone down on the global crisis of the prolonged battle against COVID-19, giving people hopes of preventive care and treatment in the near future by monoclonal antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. As stated the news of NIH’s phase III clinical ...Learn More
Recently, MIT Technology Review published an interesting article entitled "Population immunity is slowing down the pandemic in parts of the US", showing the point that the rapid spread of the virus in US has actually helped to control the pandemic."Millions of US residents have ...Learn More
Corresponding authors: Marco Ajelli and Hongjie YuAffiliations: Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy; Fudan University, ChinaPublication date: this article was published on June 26, 2020DOI: 10.1126/science.abb8001HighlightsIn this article, the researchers analyzed contact survey data ...Learn More
GenScript's newest precast PAGE gel, SurePage, allows running tab 200V and can be done by 20 min instead of 60 min at 140V. The resolution is as good as their old gels. We are so excited about this time-saving products. We are interested in getting 3 free plasmids offered by ...Learn More
A new study reported that antibodies decrease within 2-3 months after initial infection and instigated the notion that immunity against SARS-CoV-2 is short term (Quan-Xin Long et al., 2020). It was then widely interpreted that COVID-19 antibody tests are useless, and herd immunity ...Learn More