UBC researchers set sights on coronavirus antibodies

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A new research project at the University of British Columbia may produce new treatment methods for patients with COVID-19 and help prevent transmission of the deadly virus.

The project, led by two experts in infectious diseases—Dr. Horacio Bach (HB) and Dr. Ted Steiner (TS), professors in UBC’s faculty of medicine—aims to develop antibodies to prevent the novel coronavirus from entering cells in our body….

https://www.med.ubc.ca/news/ubc-researchers-set-sights-on-coronavirus-antibodies/

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