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Powerful antibody cocktail lock infection machinery, inhibits SARS-CoV-2 attachment to cells, and protects exposed animals.
A study reveals patterns – at times disturbing – of how research is received and disseminated through social media.
More study is needed to know whether this change improves antiviral defenses or causes harmful inflammation, UW Medicine researchers say.
Results suggest a need to routinely test homeless populations, including those who are asymptomatic, in non-clinic settings.
UW Medicine will examine whether changes in biosignals from the Apple Watch can point up early signs of acute respiratory infection.
A study published in the Annals of Family Medicine reports new benefits of a collaborative care model with telepsychiatry.
SARS-CoV-2 usually triggers a strong immune response, but less so in men and people over 60.
Partnership provides children with expanded opportunities to participate in the all-virtual 2020 Seattle Kids Marathon.
Researchers are able to visualize the retina's function at the cellular level, which will help accelerate cures for blinding diseases.
Computer-designed, synthetic miniproteins act as potent, stable antivirals that block coronavirus infection of cultured human cells.