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New findings on an available 15-minute test show an approximate 81% sensitivity in detection of...

  • New #WMF2021 study findings show the capability of the Abbott BinaxNOW #COVID19 antigen test—marketed for its ability to provide assay results in approximately 15 minutes for SARS-CoV-2 infection. https://t.co/ixY5n24g0M - view on twitter

The recombinant human IgG1κ monoclonal antibody binds and neutralizes the...

  • "With the current outbreaks of #Ebola occurring in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Guinea, patients of any age can receive ansuvimab-zykl to help increase their chances of survival." #IDTwitter https://t.co/IQGhud6AZe - view on twitter

Looking at data from 3 analyses showed a reduction in mortality was observed across a spectrum of baseline oxygen requirements, at different timeframes, over...

  • #Gilead announced today positive data from 3 retrospective studies, which observed that hospitalized patients who received #remdesivir had significantly lower risk for mortality compared with matched controls. #COVID19 https://t.co/Rx5hwE0lG8 - view on twitter

The recombinant human IgG1κ monoclonal antibody binds and neutralizes the...

A study paired long-term care facilities (LTCF) staff who were recovered with susceptible residents to help reduce transmission. The goal was simple: pair those...

EUAs can enable people to get immediate access to preventive therapy or treatment, but is it always worth aiming for full...

Modeling studies highlight best approaches for schools in the coming academic...

Smithsonian researchers lead charge for enhanced method to identify pathogen threats before they emerge from natural...

  • Increased human-to-animal interactions—due to habitat encroachment, illegal wildlife trade, and bush meat consumption, and other factors—have led to the emergence and spread of #zoonotic #pathogens which cause about 75% of #bacterial and #viral outbreaks https://t.co/cJ4M2exR4l - view on twitter

Investigators in Brazil attribute Trichosporon asahii fungemia in critically ill COVID-19 patients to “overexposure” to antibiotics and...

  • #Trichosporon asahii fungemia in critically ill #COVID19 patients in #Brazil was attributed to “overexposure” to #antibiotics and #corticosteroids, and to prior treatment with #echinocandins #IDtwitter #infectiousdisease https://t.co/b1bF4PlM3f - view on twitter