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Developing and testing three new detection systems using cutting-edge technologies. Each will be useful in different settings, and will allow widespread case detection and surveillance.

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Are we able to detect all coronavirus variants?

Variants can affect the sensitivity of tests for SARS-CoV2. However, most diagnostic kits still work and there are ways to validate systems against new, emerging variants

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Spike-specific circulating T follicular helper cell and cross-neutralizing antibody responses in COVID-19-convalescent individuals

Scientific publications — 08 Sep 2021

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is caused by infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and individuals with COVID-19 have symptoms that can be asymptomatic, mild, moderate or severe. In the early phase of infection, T- and B-cell counts are substantially decreased; however, IgM and IgG are detectable within 14 d after symptom onset. In...