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One-Third of COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial Participants Reported Adverse Events, Despite Receiving a Placebo
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One-Third of COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial Participants Reported Adverse Events, Despite Receiving a Placebo

A new study from researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) suggests that some of the adverse events reported in the COVID-19 vaccine trials are attributable to the placebo effect.

Making a Common Chemical Detection Platform More Accessible
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Making a Common Chemical Detection Platform More Accessible

A cheaper method to produce nanosurfaces could improve the accessibility of a spectroscopy technique that is widely used in industry.
Who Should Be Vaccinated First To Prevent Spread of New Variants?
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Who Should Be Vaccinated First To Prevent Spread of New Variants?

A theoretical framework has been published that assesses the impact of various vaccination strategies on the rate of emergence for new variants.
How Zika Virus Evades Antiviral Response of Cells
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How Zika Virus Evades Antiviral Response of Cells

Researchers have identified a mechanism by which Zika virus can escape detection by host cells, offering a new target for therapeutics.
Oral Bismuth Drug Plus N-Acetyl Cysteine as a Potential Anti-Coronavirus Therapy
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Oral Bismuth Drug Plus N-Acetyl Cysteine as a Potential Anti-Coronavirus Therapy

A research team has discovered that orally administrated colloidal bismuth subcitrate together with N-acetyl cysteine could be a broad-spectrum anti-coronavirus cocktail therapy.
Progress in Developing Universal Vaccines Against Harmful Pathogens
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Progress in Developing Universal Vaccines Against Harmful Pathogens

University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers and their collaborators are making progress toward developing universal vaccines against some the planet’s most harmful pathogens, including the virus family responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Non-Neutralizing Antibodies May Also Protect Us Against COVID-19
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Non-Neutralizing Antibodies May Also Protect Us Against COVID-19

When we talk about antibodies against COVID-19, we tend to mean the so-called neutralizing antibodies. But non-neutralizing antibodies may also be important in providing protection.
Using Nanoparticles To Deliver Type 1 Diabetes Treatment
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Using Nanoparticles To Deliver Type 1 Diabetes Treatment

Nanoparticles are being used to deliver immunosuppressants to prevent rejection in islet cell transplant patients.
Shared Cell Receptors for Deadly Virus Family Found in Humans and Other Species
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Shared Cell Receptors for Deadly Virus Family Found in Humans and Other Species

Scientists have identified a set of cellular receptors for at least three related alphaviruses shared across mosquitoes, humans and animals that host these viruses.
Rhesus Macaque Study Makes Strides Towards a Schistosomiasis Vaccine
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Rhesus Macaque Study Makes Strides Towards a Schistosomiasis Vaccine

A research group has discovered the mechanism by which the Rhesus macaque Macaca mulatta naturally develops a lasting immune response against schistosomiasis.
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