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Antibodies Can Attack SARS-CoV-2 Even When Their Spike Shape Changes

News   Feb 25, 2021 | Original story from the Biophysical Society

 
Antibodies Can Attack SARS-CoV-2 Even When Their Spike Shape Changes

For their experiments determining how spike protein shapes change, Maolin Lu and colleagues used non-infectious corona-like viral particles. This image of those viruses shows the spike proteins colored in light blue. Credit: Wenwei Li.

 
 
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