Researchers Identify New Antibodies That Neutralize Coronavirus

New American research helps understand how the human body fights Covid-19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The progress of science in the fight against the novel coronavirus has been occurring day after day since the start of 2020.

Human and even Llama antibodies have already been identified that can be effective, at least in laboratory tests. Now, researchers at Columbia University in the United States have uncovered new antibodies that can neutralize the novel coronavirus.

In the research, which had its findings published in Nature magazine, scientists describe that they removed 61 antibodies for the novel coronavirus from five patients who were infected and had recovered.

The neutralization of the Sars-CoV . . .

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