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Eric Feigl-Ding Nov 27
WOW. Amazing tool to calculate risk indoors w/ airborne aerosols: 📌Mask? 📌If so, what type of mask? 📌How much ventilation? 📌How many people? 📌Speaking time? 📌Speaking volume? 📌Size of room? 📌Ceiling height? 📌Duration in room?
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Josh Michaud 3h
Intriguing study finds evidence of antibodies in US blood donors as early as mid-Dec 2019. Over 1% of 7,389 samples collected between Dec 13-Jan 17 were positive. The first US reported case didn't come until Jan 19, 2020.
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Laura Henderson Nov 29
The perfect storm: A Case of COVID-19 infection in an adolescent patient with EVALI - 11/25/2020
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Dr. Ali Nouri Nov 23
1/The vaccine is a version of an adenovirus (common cold virus) that delivers instructions to our cells to make the Spike protein of the coronavirus. That way our immune system is "trained" so when it encounters , it can mount an efficient response🧵
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C&EN Nov 24
Scientists have determined the structure of the smallest of 's 4 structural proteins.
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Eric Feigl-Ding 14h
Replying to @DrEricDing
3) here is the earlier waste water study of coronavirus in cities in Northern Italy in mid December already. This matches the reports that it’s been circulating in December before Wuhan outbreak was realized.
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Eric Topol Nov 24
A new, in-depth review of masks, the different types (cloth, surgical, N95) droplets, and aerosols for context 😷😷
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Dr. Me, Ph.D 15m
| Post 🦠 •》 The economic rebound has three main driving factors. First, there has been a catch-up effect with production recouping some of the lost activity in Q1.
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Intens Care Med Nov 30
The special issue on MV in is online! 🔹 🔹pulmonary infections 🔹 & 🔹HFNC 🔹fluids in 🔹pharmacological therapies in 🔹diaphragm 🔹lung mechanics & monitoring 🔹 🔹special populations & more!!
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Prof Francois Balloux Nov 25
Paper out in Nature Comms. We developed a framework to analyse the contribution of mutations to the virus' transmissibility. We applied it to nearly 50k genomes and we found none (zero, zilch, nada) that increases transmission! 1/
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ᴢᴀᴘʀᴜᴅᴇʀ ɪɴᴄ Nov 29
1/ On 23 jan et al published their paper describing the de facto industry standard protocol for detection of by PCR Now an intl. team of top experts asks for RETRACTION. The protocol is fatally flawed: it can NOT DETECT the virus.
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Eric Topol Nov 22
A look at the bright side for past 2 weeks: ✓ 2 vaccines with 95% efficacy ✓ 2 monoclonal antibodies got EUA, now distributed ✓ 1st rapid home test got EUA, many more to come soon ✓ Immune response to lasts 8-9 months, maybe many years
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Prof Francois Balloux Nov 27
First 'hard' evidence that prior exposure to endemic HCoVs might provide protection against . Risk of infection was unchanged but symptom severity seems significantly reduced in those with recent documented HCoV infection.
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NEJM Nov 25
In a trial involving asymptomatic contacts of patients with PCR–confirmed in Spain, the authors compared the use of hydroxychloroquine with usual care. Postexposure therapy with hydroxychloroquine did not prevent infection or symptoms in healthy persons.
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Dr. Ali Nouri Nov 23
1/ shows up in wastewater before people have symptoms. So detecting it there can avert outbreaks but only if its done rapidly. That's been tough since it takes time to concentrate enough virus from wastewater for it to be detected. New technology has overcome that🧵
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Kai Kupferschmidt Nov 25
This new paper on transmission delves into the data from Hunan province and it is really interesting and the kind of data I would love to see more of. So a short thread
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ERS publications Nov 24
Lung ultrasound is a valuable tool for detection and monitoring of pulmonary changes in infection 
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Eric Topol Nov 30
Superhuman immunity Just published Our essay on vaccines that give humans immune responses superior to those generated in response to infection, now including w/ Dennis Burton
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Dr Zoë Hyde Nov 30
Over the last couple of weeks in England, cases have declined in all age groups, except in children (aged 5 to 12) and teenagers (aged 13 to 17), where infections have increased. This strongly suggests is spreading in schools.
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Vincent Racaniello Nov 22
On the latest Daniel Griffin's clinical report, Shane Crotty explains a study of antibodies, B cells and T cells in patients which suggests that immunological memory to might be long-lived
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