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A Moment of COVID, A Lifetime of Immune Protection?

Researchers find antibody-producing cells in recovered COVID patients

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Does getting vaccinated, or having recovered from COVID, provide life-long protection against the coronavirus? Most likely, says research by immunologists at Washington University in St. Louis, who found antibody-producing cells against the virus residing in the bone marrow of individuals who had previously…




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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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