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Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study

The emergence of coronavirus variants has provoked concern about their impact on the effectiveness of vaccines, and whether people who were previously infected might be more susceptible to reinfection.
Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study
12 days ago|Washington, United States

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Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study

A new study on Tuesday showed that a key player in the immune response, called the killer T cell, remained mostly unaffected.

12 days ago|Mumbai, India
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T cells induced by COVID-19 infection respond to new virus variants - U.S. study

A critical component of the immune system known as T cells that respond to fight infection from the original version of the novel coronavirus appear to also protect against three of the most concerning new virus variants, according to a U.S. laboratory study released on Tuesday. Several recent studies have shown that certain variants of the novel coronavirus can undermine immune protection from antibodies and vaccines. But antibodies - which b…

11 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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T cells induced by COVID-19 infection respond to new virus variants -U.S. study

(This March 30 story corrects last paragraph to show the paper has been peer reviewed)

11 days ago|United Kingdom
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Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study

Coronavirus variants have provoked concern about their impact on the effectiveness of vaccines, and whether people who were previously infected might be more susceptible to reinfection. However, a new study showed that the 'killer T cell' remained mostly unaffected.

12 days ago|Toronto, Canada
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T cells induced by Covid-19 infection may protect against new variants: Study

CHICAGO • A critical component of the immune system known as T cells, that respond to fight infection from the original version of the coronavirus, appears to also protect against three of the most concerning new virus variants, according to a United States laboratory study released on Tuesday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

11 days ago|Singapore
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T cells induced by COVID-19 infection respond to new virus variants - U.S. study

(Corrects last paragraph to show the paper has been peer reviewed)

11 days ago|Singapore
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Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study

The emergence of coronavirus variants has provoked concern about their impact on the effectiveness of vaccines, and whether people who were previously infected might be more susceptible to reinfection.But in welcome news, a new study on Tuesday showed that a key player in the immune response, called the "killer T cell," remained mostly unaffected.The finding is encouraging because although these white blood cells are not a first line defense aga…

12 days ago|United States
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Khaleej Times

T cells induced by Covid-19 infection respond to new virus variants: Study

T cells appear to play an important additionally protective role. A critical component of the immune system known as T cells that respond to fight infection from the original version of the novel coronavirus appear to also protect against three of the most concerning new virus variants, according to a US laboratory study released on Tuesday.Several recent studies have shown that certain variants of the novel coronavirus can undermine immune prot…

12 days ago|Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study - France 24

Killer T cells boost immunity to coronavirus variants: study

12 days ago|France
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T cells respond to new virus variants

A critical component of the immune system known as T cells that respond to fight infection from the original version of the novel coronavirus appear to also protect against three of the most concerning new virus variants, according to a US laboratory study released on Tuesday. Several recent studies have shown that certain variants of the novel coronavirus can undermine immune protection from antibodies and vaccines.

11 days ago|Bangladesh
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