Tag Archives: immune

Differing immune responses discovered in asymptomatic cases vs those with severe COVID-19

The largest study of its type in the UK has identified differences in the immune response to COVID-19, between people with no symptoms, compared to those suffering a more serious reaction to the virus. Researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Newcastle University, University College London, University of Cambridge, EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) and their… Read More »

Immune Support: Apricot, Bee Propolis, Versus Elderberry

Three of the most common natural ingredients found in supplements for immune support are apricot, bee propolis, and elderberry. With the wide variety of products claiming to support the immune system, you may find yourself wondering, is apricot, bee propolis, or elderberry better for immune support? Let’s look at the potential benefits of each. Apricot,… Read More »

CureVac COVID-19 Vaccine Induces Immune Response in Early Trial

Berlin, November 2: German vaccine maker CureVac on Monday said that interim results from early trials showed that its investigational Covid-19 vaccine candidate, CvnCoV, appeared safe and triggered immune response among volunteers. The vaccine candidate was generally well tolerated across all tested doses and induced strong binding and neutralising antibody responses in addition to first… Read More »

Covid-19 news: Russian vaccine induced immune responses in small trial

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool Sputnik V, Gamaleya National CenterTHE RUSSIAN DIRECT INVESTMENT FUND Latest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 4 September Russia’s vaccine candidate produced antibody and T-cell responses in early-stage trial A preliminary trial of Russia’s coronavirus… Read More »

Faster test results and ‘robust’ immune response may offer hope of curbing the pandemic, experts say

Tests have been delayed and in short supply as the United States surpassed 5.4 million cases, leaving many uncertain about their risk of spreading the virus. And as researchers rush to develop vaccines, they’ve had little evidence to tell if antibodies that protect against Covid-19 last long enough to get the virus under control. But… Read More »