Tagged With Antibodies

Common colds may have left some people's immune systems with a leg up in fighting the new coronavirus

Survey suggests 2.5% of Italians have COVID-19 antibodies, which would be 6 times more than the official count of cases

Don't panic about waning coronavirus immunity: Your T cells go to bat when antibodies disappear

This therapy llama is helping vulnerable populations in Oregon get through the pandemic

A scientist is collecting breast milk from mothers for use as a possible coronavirus treatment

Coronavirus antibodies can start to fade away within weeks, according to a new study which puts a 'nail in the coffin' in the idea of herd immunity

68% of people tested at a New York clinic had coronavirus antibodies, raising hopes that some communities will be able to resist a second wave

Coronavirus antibodies may disappear after mere months in some people, research shows. But it's not necessarily a reason to panic.

Men who have recovered from the coronavirus may be better plasma donors than women

Coronavirus antibodies may disappear 2 to 3 months after people recover, a new study found

Even in a group of entirely healthy young people, only 60% of those infected with coronavirus developed antibodies

GOP Sen. Rand Paul said there were 'silver linings' to coronavirus outbreaks at meat-packing plants — and argued recovered employees could return to work on unproven immunity theory

A researcher behind one of the most accurate antibody tests available explains when you should get tested — and how to understand your results

A 4-year-old llama may hold the key ingredient to neutralising the coronavirus. Here's why llama antibodies are so good at fighting diseases.

New research found coronavirus antibodies in over 99% of recovered patients. Here's what science says about immunity.

Stop pinning your hopes on coronavirus antibodies: 3 major issues mean they're no silver bullet

The WHO is discouraging governments from issuing 'immunity passports,' warning there's 'no evidence' that recovered coronavirus patients can't be infected again

A woman who recovered from the coronavirus tried to donate her plasma, but she barely had any antibodies. It highlights lingering questions about immunity.

The WHO said only 2% to 3% of people tested have COVID-19 antibodies, suggesting that 'immunity passports' may not be an effective policy

WHO warns that coronavirus antibodies can't guarantee long-term immunity