International Antibody clues in animal trials raise vaccine hopes

Antibody clues in animal trials raise vaccine hopes

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India, Dec. 6 — Sufficient quantities of antibodies and T cell response are able to stop macaques from being infected by the Sars-Cov-2, a comparative animal trial to study thresholds of immune response and its effects has found, offering clues that predict vaccines are likely to succeed but will need to trigger strong responses. These […]

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