Antibody reduces allergic reactions to multiple foods in NIH trial

Written by | 24 Dec 2023

A monoclonal antibody treatment significantly increased the amounts of multiple common foods that food-allergic children and adolescents could consume without an allergic reaction, according to a planned interim […]

Current anti-COVID pills work well against omicron, but antibody drugs are less effective, study finds

Written by | 30 Jan 2022

The drugs behind the new pills to treat COVID-19 remain very effective against the omicron variant of the virus in lab tests, according to a new study. However, […]

Mild COVID-19 induces lasting antibody protection, study finds

Written by | 4 Jun 2021

People who have had mild illness develop antibody-producing cells that can last lifetime Washington University School of Medicine Months after recovering from mild cases of COVID-19, people still […]

Stronger antibody response to more severe disease

Written by | 15 Nov 2020

Sex, age, and severity of disease may be useful in identifying COVID-19 survivors who are likely to have high levels of antibodies that can protect against the disease, […]

New vaccine could help halt Alzheimer’s progression

Written by | 12 Nov 2020

Our immune system’s capacity to mount a well-regulated defence against foreign substances, including toxins, weakens with age and makes vaccines less effective in people over age 65.. At […]

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