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Transcriptomic analyses of acute phase whole blood from a large cohort of patients with COVID-19 identify molecular determinants of post-infection long-term...

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    12/ GENES: Why do some get Long COVID & others don’t? We’re learning that different patterns of gene expression in acute COVID predict symptom patterns 1-yr later This study establishes a connection between acute & long COVID based on gene responses https://t.co/nxupgFhRmc https://t.co/nxupgFhRmc - view on twitter

Objectives To investigate whether the risk of developing an incident autoimmune disease is increased in patients with previous COVID-19 disease compared to people without...

Objective COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) has been associated with neurological sequelae even in those patients with mild respiratory symptoms. Patients experiencing cognitive symptoms such as “brain...

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    7/ The exact cause of brain disease in #LongCOVID is unknown. Damaged executive function occurs in many. Why? This small study found much less Cortical Gray Matter 🧠 than expected on MRI, which complements large, controlled UK Biobank data (next tweet) https://t.co/qISTRyPlIV https://t.co/qISTRyPlIV - view on twitter

The implication of this widespread network could be the neural substrate of clinical features observed in patients with COVID-19, such as frontal lobe syndrome,...

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Key genes that are active in the brains of older people are also active in the brains of people who developed serious...

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    13/ Does Severe COVID accelerate aging⁉️ Authors: “genes associated w inflammation & stress were ⬆️ active in brains of people after COVID than controls Conversely, genes linked to cognition & formation of connections between brain cells were ⬇️ active” https://t.co/39lGuXGvUW - view on twitter

An estimated 2.1 million people are living with long Covid in the...

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    21/ Avoid stigmatizing Long COVID patients Researchers @NisreenAlwan found 95% of sufferers experience stigma & 76% experience it “often” or “always” – even more often w formal diagnosis. Instead of denial & frustration, let’s explore ideas & solutions? https://t.co/B4u88iYfVt - view on twitter

Background Autoimmunity has been reported in patients with severe COVID-19. We investigated whether antinuclear/extractable-nuclear antibodies (ANAs) were present up to a year after infection,...

A COVID-19 autopsy study from NIAID and many other collaborators helped researchers rethink where SARS-CoV-2 spread in the body and how long its remnants...

Manthiram and colleagues analyze the peripheral blood, tonsils and adenoids in children undergoing tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy and find evidence of continued tissue-specific immunity to...