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Weekly highlights from #SupportingScience through COVID-19


Behind every COVID-19 test result there is a Medical Laboratory Scientist or Technician playing a vital role. At Baker, we are here to support the highly skilled and dedicated people working in Patient Care, Clinical and Research careers who are helping to make our world a safer place. It is now more important than ever to #SupportScience on a global scale!

1. COVID Neutralizing Antibody


Researchers at Utrecht University, Erasmus Medical Center and Harbour BioMed have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody, which can prevent SARS-CoV-2 from potentially infecting cultured cells.

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2. ICeni Diagnostics lab


ICeni Diagnostics lab is using sugar recognition rather than viral genetic codes in their tests, which means they are able to accurately identify the virus, even if it mutates.

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3. Sugar recognition used by ICeni Diagnostics lab


ICeni Diagnostics lab is using sugar recognition rather than viral genetic codes in their tests, which means they are able to accurately identify the virus, even if it mutates.

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4. New research from Mount Sinai


New research from Mount Sinai COVID-19 Informatics Center has indicated that patients who are receiving anticoagulants had a lower rate of mortality. These anticoagulants can be given orally, subcutaneously or intravenously.

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5. HEROS study to enrol 6,000 people


A new study, funded by NIH and led by Dr. Tina V. Hartert, M.D., M.P.H. aims to determine the incidence of COVID-19 infection in U.S children. The study, known as the HEROS study will enrol 6,000 people from 2,000 families, across 11 cities.

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