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As good a graphic and text explainer about accuracy false positive antibody tests to #SARSCoV2 as I've seen
@sciam
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/coronavirus-antibody-tests-have-a-mathematical-pitfall/
graphics by @unamandita; text by @SarahExplains (<-good twitter handle)

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Pandemic watch, June 12th, top 5 countries (BRIMUS)
Brazil and Mexico, along with the rest of Latin America now accounting for ~50% of deaths (and likely more that that)
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As #genetics and #genomics continues to increase in importance in medical practice, we continue to provide #peerreviewed articles relevant to all medical providers updating our subject-specific collections on #publichealth #endocrinology #genomicvariants #cardiogen and more

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41436-020-0822-5?utm_content=129693023&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&hss_channel=tw-3295034640

Structural biology of every key #SARSCoV2 component, including patient-derived antibodies, is providing the template for drugs and vaccines. Today's @naturenews ★ feature by @Scudellari captures the unprecedented velocity of progress
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-01444-z

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@EricTopol @CellCellPress Perhaps this is how one can clear covid-19 with no B cells whatsoever https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/pai.13263

. @GenomicsEngland Partners to Sequence 35K #COVID19 Patients to Look for Genetic Links of Disease Severity: http://ow.ly/ySUM50zGm5W

https://ashpublications.org/blood/article/135/20/1722/454958/DLBCL-subclassification-divide-and-conquer

On April 25, 1953, James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin and colleagues published papers in @Nature on the structure of DNA. This is now known as @DNADay -- which is tomorrow! Visit http://www.genome.gov/dna-day for ways you can celebrate at home! #DNADay2020

Despite pervasive, damning criticism of these seroprevalence studies, and the fact that their results are already being used to justify dangerous decisions, this NYT piece quotes no concerned voices at all. WTH, @ginakolata? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/21/health/coronavirus-antibodies-california.html

Yes, it's a big issue, especially w/ #COVID19, and @GeorgeWill is on it
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/what-we-lost-when-we-stopped-binge-reading/2020/04/16/d440d7ba-8005-11ea-9040-68981f488eed_story.html @PostOpinions

When adult brain cells are injured, they revert to an embryonic state, according to a study in Nature. The paper reports that the cells in this state become capable of re-growing new connections that can help to restore lost function. https://go.nature.com/3esCEOZ

⚡️Check out this beautiful paper @NatureCancer: Pan-cancer analysis of advanced/metastatic post-therapy patients reveals interactions between therapy and genomic landscapes, a new cohort by @mmarra0630 and co.

Read it now:
https://nature.com/articles/s43018-020-0050-6
https://rdcu.be/b3xOH

The speed and volume of clinical trials launched to investigate potential therapies for #COVID19 highlight both the need and capability to produce high-quality evidence even in the middle of a #pandemic https://ja.ma/3baFPc4

we've moved quickly from everyone being an epidemiologist to everyone being an immunologist

Researchers from Cambridge, U.K., and Germany use phylogenetic network analysis to reconstruct the early evolutionary paths of #SARSCoV2 in humans as infection spread from Wuhan out to Europe and North America: http://ow.ly/O1kq50zaVVO

📍New emerging targets in cancer immunotherapy.
Our perspective on the role of Neoantigens as targets for personalised vaccines 💉and TIL-based adoptive T-cell therapy.

#immunotherapy #cancer

http://esmoopen.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/esmoopen-2020-000684

@ESMO_Open @OncoAlert @IrsiCaixa @myESMO

An experimental CRISPR-based therapy directly injected under the retina could potentially restore vision by eliminating a genetic alteration that causes Leber congenital amaurosis. Via @JAMA_current https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2764428

Missed this week's webinar on #visualising your data with @ensembl's genome browser? Watch the recording and download a copy of the slides in Train Online

🔗 http://bit.ly/2xI2TAd

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352396420300967

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