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NIH launches trial of antibody drugs against COVID-19

NIH launches trial of antibody drugs against COVID-19

NIH launches trial of antibody drugs against COVID-19 NIH launches trial of antibody drugs against COVID-19 (HealthDay)—A study to assess whether certain approved or experimental drugs are effective against COVID-19 and warrant testing in large clinical trials has been launched by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research …

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Promising COVID-19 rapid test technology enters phase 1 of NIH challenge

Promising COVID-19 rapid test technology enters phase 1 of NIH challenge

Promising COVID-19 rapid test technology enters phase 1 of NIH challenge Promising COVID-19 rapid test technology enters phase 1 of NIH challenge Close-up of early Rover photothermal PCR prototype, a promising new COVID-19 rapid-testing technology platform developed by Rover Diagnostics and Columbia Engineering that has been selected by the NIH …

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NIH leadership details unprecedented initiative to ramp up testing technologies for COVID-19

NIH leadership details unprecedented initiative to ramp up testing technologies for COVID-19

NIH leadership details unprecedented initiative to ramp up testing technologies for COVID-19 NIH leadership details unprecedented initiative to ramp up testing technologies for COVID-19 Colorized scanning electron micrograph of an apoptotic cell (green) heavily infected with SARS-CoV-2 virus particles (orange), isolated from a patient sample. Image at the NIAID Integrated …

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NIH investigators hope CD47 study leads to infectious diseases immunotherapy

NIH investigators hope CD47 study leads to infectious diseases immunotherapy

NIH investigators hope CD47 study leads to infectious diseases immunotherapy NIH investigators hope CD47 study leads to infectious diseases immunotherapy Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a cell (purple) infected with SARS-CoV-2 virus particles (yellow), isolated from a patient sample. Credit: NIAID NIH investigators and colleagues have discovered that when the …

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