Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Feb 7 - Feb 13 2022
Most recent articles (newest articles listed first)
COVID-19-Associated Critical Illness Myopathy with Direct Viral Effects
Spontaneous pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum in patients with COVID‐19: A case series from Iran
Advanced Liver Fibrosis Correlates With Impaired Efficacy of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine in Medical Employees
Hypertensive Crisis Following COVID‐19 Vaccination
Wellbeing, coping with homeschooling, and leisure behavior at different COVID‐19‐related lockdowns: A longitudinal study in 9‐ to 16‐year‐old German children
We assessed the wellbeing, coping with homeschooling, and lesirue behavior of 9- to 16-year-old German children and adolescents during two COVID-19-related lockdowns in spring 2020 and winter 2021. Compared to the pre-pandemic period, physical wellbeing was lower during the first COVID-19-related lockdown and declined further from the first to the second lockdown. Similarly, coping with homeschooling was poorer during the second than during the first lockdown.
Disparities in the allocation of inpatient physical and occupational therapy services for patients with COVID‐19
Perceived risk and sensitivity and their influence on expatriate performance during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Comparison of subspecialty major surgical volume in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic
Impact of the COVID‐19 national lockdown in the allergic rhinitis symptoms in patients treated with immunotherapy at two allergy referral centers in Bogotá, Colombia
This study aimed to assess the impact of coronavirus disease-19 lockdowns on allergic rhinitis (AR) symptoms reported by the patients treated with immunotherapy at two allergy referral centers in Colombia. Up to 38.4% of the AR patients reported that their symptoms got worse during lockdowns, probably due to higher exposure to indoor AR allergens and interruption of immunotherapy. Granting their immunotherapy continuity, adequate environmental, and allergen avoidance education could reduce the likelihood of allergy exacerbations.
SARS‐CoV‐2 Omicron variant: A next phase of the COVID‐19 pandemic and a call to arms for system sciences and precision medicine
In this perspective, the authors first discussed the Omicron's origin, mutations, structure, pathogenesis, and its impact on human health while comparing it with the previous variant of concerns (VOCs). System science and precision medicine are introduced by employing Artificial Intelligence (AI), big data reservoirs, bioinformatic systems, advanced in vitro 3D models, and subtypes sciences to diagnose and eradicate the Omicron virus. Experts’ recommendations to successfully manage Omicron-SARS-CoV-2 variant are also provided.
Intravenous vitamin C use and risk of severity and mortality in COVID‐19: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
Efficacy of inactivated vaccines in patients treated with immunosuppressive drug therapy
Potential clinical applications of phytopharmaceuticals for the in-patient management of coagulopathies in COVID-19
The sustainability of multinational enterprises' pandemic-induced social innovation approaches
China's COVID-19 pandemic response: A first anniversary assessment
The risk of intrauterine exposure to SARS‐CoV‐2 in female COVID‐19 patients: A comprehensive review
COVID‐19 vaccination in patients receiving allergen immunotherapy (AIT) or biologicals—EAACI recommendations
Better support for national than local system during the COVID‐19 pandemic in China
Consumer credit usage in Canada during the coronavirus pandemic
Skin barrier function in nursing apprentices during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic
Asthma, from mild to severe, is an independent prognostic factor for mild to severe Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19)
New‐onset lichen planus arising after COVID‐19 vaccination
Reply to “COVID vaccine–induced lichen planus on areas previously affected by vitiligo”
Did perceptions of supportive work–life culture change during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Orofacial dyskinesia with choreoathetoid movements caused by brainstem encephalitis: A rare complication of SARS-CoV-2-related multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children
Multiplexed flow cytometric approach for detection of anti‐SARS‐CoV‐2 IgG, IgM and IgA using beads covalently coupled to the nucleocapsid protein
Significance and Impact of the Study: Flow cytometry has emerged as a promising technique for detection of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies. In this study, we developed an innovative strategy for simultaneous detection of immunoglobulin G (IgG), IgM and IgA. This new cell-free assay efficiently discriminate COVID-19 negative and positive samples. The simultaneous detection of IgG, IgM and IgA showed a high sensitivity and specificity. This novel strategy opens a new avenue for flow cytometry-based diagnosis.
SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccine clinical efficacy in SOT: What we know and our current gaps
rpavirtual: Key lessons in healthcare organisational resilience in the time of COVID-19
The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on the global burden of influenza
COVID May Not Be Used to Mask Unlawful Terminations
Keine Evidenz für ein erhöhtes Risiko von Herpes zoster mit Indikation zur stationären oder teilstationären Behandlung während des ersten Jahres der COVID‐19‐Pandemie in Deutschland
Impfantwort gegen SARS‐CoV‐2 unter immunmodulierenden Systemtherapien in der Dermatologie
The relationship between peripheral immune response and disease severity in SARS‐CoV‐2‐infected subjects: A cross‐sectional study
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients presented neutrophilia, with signs of emergency myelopoiesis. Alterations in the monocytic component were observed in patients with moderate to critical illness, with an increase in cMo and a reduction in ncMo, in addition to a reduction in the expression of HLA-DR in all subtypes of monocytes, indicating immunosuppression. DCs, especially pDCs, also showed a large reduction in moderate to critical patients. COVID-19 patients showed an increase in MPO, IL-12, IL-6, IL-10 and IL-8, accompanied by a reduction in IL-17A and NOx. IL-10 levels ≥14 pg/ml were strongly related to the worst outcome.
Factors affecting the transmission of SARS‐CoV‐2 in school settings
Preventing facial pressure injuries among health care staff working in diverse COVID‐19 care environments
Supporting the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities 1 year into the COVID-19 pandemic: An international, mixed methods study of nurses' perspectives
Treatment adherence and behavior of pediatric liver transplant recipients during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Development of Receptor Binding Domain (RBD)‐Conjugated Nanoparticle Vaccines with Broad Neutralization against SARS‐CoV‐2 Delta and Other Variants
Receptor binding domain (RBD)-conjugated nanoparticle vaccines are developed with broad neutralization against SARS-CoV-2 Delta and other variants. There is a robust production of broader cross-protective NAbs against almost all the notable SARS-CoV-2 variants including the Omicron in rhesus macaques by the third re-boost with trivalent vaccines. These multivalent nanoparticle vaccines might be a promising second-generation vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 variants.
Identification of Risk Factors for COVID‐19 Hospitalization in Patients With Anti‐Rheumatic Drugs: Results From a Multicenter Nested Case Control Study
Risk Trade‐Offs and Equitable Decision‐Making in the Covid‐19 Pandemic
COVID‐19 and risk of retraumatization in adults with a past exposure to potentially traumatic events: A cross‐cultural exploration across Egypt, Germany, and Italy
The protective role of sense of community and access to resources on college student stress and COVID‐19‐related daily life disruptions
Pandora’s box: Paxlovid, prescribing, pharmacists and pandemic
Survey of current transplant center practices regarding COVID‐19 vaccine mandates in the United States
IL‐33 prevents the enhancement of AP‐N, DPP4, and ACE2 expression induced by rhinovirus HRV16 in the human lung endothelium—potential implications for coronaviral airway infections
Limited impact of COVID-19-related diagnostic delay on cutaneous melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma tumour characteristics: a nationwide pathology registry analysis
Linked Comment: F. Ricci and D. Abeni. Br J Dermatol 2022; 187:135–136.
Standing strong amid a pandemic: How a global online team project stands up to the public health crisis
Nerve conduction studies support the classification of SARS‐CoV‐2 associated Guillain‐Barre subtypes
Introduction to the Special Section “Lingering Impact of COVID‐19 on Educational Measurement”
Understanding family life during the COVID-19 shutdown
The persistence of neoliberal logics in faculty evaluations amidst Covid‐19: Recalibrating toward equity
HLA-dependent variation in SARS-CoV-2 CD8 + T cell cross-reactivity with human coronaviruses
We identified 126 SARS-CoV-2 T cell targets that exhibit cross-reactive potential with HCoV predicted peptide-MHC. We found a subset of COVID-19 patients whose SARS-CoV-2-specific public TCRs are primarily directed toward these targets with cross-reactive potential. For these patients, we found distinct HLA profiles. It is plausible that such patients may exhibit more robust protection against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants. Ten of the identified SARS-CoV-2-HCoV peptides are highly conserved across multiple coronaviruses and are predicted to invoke T cell responses in high proportions of the global population, which is an encouraging insight in the search for pan-coronavirus T cell targets.
Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome post coronavirus disease 2019
Managing medical equipment capacity with early spread of infection in a region
The impact of COVID‐19 on professional identity
Strength‐based parenting and stress‐related growth in adolescents: Exploring the role of positive reappraisal, school belonging, and emotional processing during the pandemic
Reproducible leukocytoclastic vasculitis following severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 vaccination
‘I was prepared to become infected as a frontline medical staff’: A survey of Australian emergency department staff experiences during COVID-19
Shared social identity and perceived social support among stroke groups during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Relationship with psychosocial health
Cellular and molecular atlas of the placenta from a COVID‐19 pregnant woman infected at midgestation highlights the defective impacts on foetal health
Here, we report the follow-up study of a pregnant woman of her whole infective course of SARS-CoV-2, from asymptomatic infection at gestational week 20 to mild and then severe illness state, finally cured at Week 24 and delivering at Week 28 due to incomplete uterine rupture. The placenta from this case exhibited more syncytial knots and lowered expressions of syncytiotrophoblast-related genes. The single-cell RNA sequencing analysis demonstrated impaired trophoblast differentiation, activation of antiviral and inflammatory CD8 T cells, as well as the tight association of increased inflammatory responses with complement over-activation in macrophages. These findings illustrate a systematic cellular and molecular signature of placenta insufficiency and immune activation that may be attributed to SARS-CoV-2 infection at midgestation stage, which highly suggests the extensive care for maternal and fetal outcomes in COVID-19 pregnancy.
Vasculitis in the setting of COVID-19: From the disease to the vaccine. Report of a case of cutaneous vasculitis after immunization
Psoriasis exacerbation after COVID-19 vaccination in high-risk group: How to manage it?
The case of granuloma annulare associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection
SARS-CoV-2 vaccine-related cutaneous manifestations: a systematic review
A single question assessment of loneliness in older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: A nationally-representative study
Clinical outcomes of monoclonal antibody therapy during a COVID-19 outbreak in a skilled nursing facility—Arizona, 2021
Effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns on the management of coral restoration projects
Regional citrate and systemic heparin are adequate to maintain filter half‐life for COVID‐19 patients on continuous renal replacement therapy
Myocardial work and vascular dysfunction are partially improved at 12 months after COVID-19 infection
Integrating healthcare for follow-up of adult COVID-19 patients in an outpatient clinic: A matter of cooperation
Pandemic‐induced stress and obesity leading to abnormal uterine bleeding: A prospective study
Neutrophil‐to‐lymphocyte ratio and D‐dimer are biomarkers of death risk in severe COVID‐19: A retrospective observational study
Stepping in and up to meet community needs: How community‐based college access and success programs responded to COVID‐19
Mitigation strategies to safely conduct HIV treatment research in the context of COVID‐19
Construction and characterization of two SARS‐CoV‐2 minigenome replicon systems
We established and characterized two transient, noninfectious severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) replicon reporter systems, specifically the in vitro transcription-based replicon RNA and the bacterial artificial chromosome-vectored replicon, which will facilitate the COVID-19 basic and antiviral research as well as the development of next-generation SARS-CoV-2 stable replicon systems.
Myoclonic Encephalopathy Related to SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Neurological complications associated with Covid‐19; molecular mechanisms and therapeutic approaches
Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Authors and Reviewers of American Geophysical Union Journals
Prevalence of COVID‐19 vaccine reactogenicity among Bangladeshi physicians
Investigating the prevalence of anxiety and depression during the first COVID‐19 lockdown in the United Kingdom: Systematic review and meta‐analyses
Altered motor cortex physiology and dysexecutive syndrome in patients with fatigue and cognitive difficulties after mild COVID‐19
Modelling uncertainties with TOPSIS and GRA based on q-rung orthopair m-polar fuzzy soft information in COVID-19
COVID-19 and the Mental Capacity Act in care homes: Perspectives from capacity professionals
Editorial Perspective: COVID‐19, ADHD management and telehealth: uncertain path
COVID-19-associated pulmonary aspergillosis in ICU patients in a German reference centre: Phenotypic and molecular characterisation of Aspergillus fumigatus isolates
Neuropsychological deficits in patients with cognitive complaints after COVID‐19
The position of financial prudence, social influence, and environmental satisfaction in the sustainable consumption behavioural model: Cross-market intergenerational investigation during the Covid-19 pandemic
The pandemic and the question of national belonging: Exposure to covid‐19 threat and conceptions of nationhood
Staff mental health while providing care to people with intellectual disability during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Obesity augments the disease burden in COVID‐19: Updated data from an umbrella review
A randomized, controlled, feasibility study of RD‐X19 in subjects with mild‐to‐moderate COVID‐19 in the outpatient setting
Figurate purpuric eruption post‐COVID‐19 vaccination
Amyloid processing in COVID-19-associated neurological syndromes
SARS-CoV-2 can result in neurological conditions, but the mechanisms of COVID-19-associated nervous system injury remain unclear. Using cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and blood biomarkers of amyloid processing collected from patients with COVID-19-associated neurological injury and healthy controls, we find COVID-19 neurological patients display impaired amyloid processing characterized by decreased soluble amyloid precursor proteins and Amyloid β. Reductions in amyloid processing biomarkers correlated with increases in neuronal injury (NfL) and neuroinflammatory biomarkers but with decreases in astrocyte reactivity (GFAp). This supports the possibility that patients with COVID-19-associated neurological syndromes exhibit impaired amyloid processing during their acute illness.
COVID-19 and the peripheral nervous system. A 2-year review from the pandemic to the vaccine era
Association between early initiation of breastfeeding and reduced risk of respiratory infection: Implications for nonseparation of infant and mother in the COVID‐19 context
Early initiation of breastfeeding requires maternal proximity, whereas separation of infant and mother delays breastfeeding initiation.
Delayed initiation of breastfeeding increases the risk of acute respiratory infection in children under 2 years in Nepal.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring proximity of infants and mothers with SARS-CoV-2 was inconsistent, thus risking delayed breastfeeding initiation and increasing the risk of acute respiratory infections in infants.
Maternal proximity, nonseparation and early initiation of breastfeeding should be consistently promoted including in the COVID-19 context.
A siRNA targets and inhibits a broad range of SARS‐CoV‐2 infections including Delta variant
Corrigendum: Drug Repurposing for the SARS‐CoV‐2 Papain‐Like Protease
The Pandemic as a Catalyst for Disruptive Innovation in Clinical Pharmacology
‘In the circumstances I think we've all managed really well’ an exploration of the impact of the COVID-19 restrictions on a Child Development Advisor (Portage) Service
Erythroderma related with the first dose of Pfizer‐BioNTech BNT16B2b2 COVID‐19 mRNA vaccine in a patient with psoriasis
Exploring factors enabling the spread of COVID‐19: Narratives of health professionals in Harare, Zimbabwe
COVID‐19 and a “crisis of care”: A feminist analysis of public policy responses to paid and unpaid care and domestic work
Modeling the factors that influence exposure to SARS‐CoV‐2 on a subway train carriage
Exploration of the occupational and personal dimensions impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic for nurses: A qualitative analysis of survey responses
Stevens‐Johnson syndrome induced by Vaxvetria (AZD1222) COVID‐19 vaccine
‘COVID nose’ – A unique post–COVID pigmentary sequelae reminiscing Chik sign: A descriptive case series
Development of eruptive pseudoangiomatosis following immunization with COVISHIELD vaccine in an adult
Clinical use of real‐time remote programming in pacemakers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A case report
Persistence of Ad26.COV2.S‐associated vaccine‐induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT) and specific detection of VITT antibodies
Reply to “Caution Regarding Conclusions about COVID-19 Vaccine and Encephalitis”
Fulminant myocarditis after the second dose of COVID‐19 mRNA vaccination
Reactive arthritis and silent thyroiditis following SARS‐CoV‐2 infection: Case report and review of the literature
The presence of serum anti‐SARS‐CoV‐2 IgA appears to protect primary health care workers from COVID‐19
Immunity development to SARS-CoV-2 was monitored in primary care health workers for 6 months. IgA-only responders appeared to be protected from contracting Covid-19. Being an IgG responder was associated with contracting Covid-19 and SARS-CoV-2-specific T-cell responsiveness. There was scant evidence of T-cell responses to SARS-CoV-2 among seronegative individuals.
The course of neuropsychiatric symptoms and psychotropic drug use in Dutch nursing home patients with dementia during the first wave of COVID‐19: A longitudinal cohort study
Lonely older adults are more likely to delay or avoid medical care during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic
Impact of the COVID‐19 lockdown on system usage of an innovative care support system and the mood of older adults
The disquietude of clozapine continuation during the COVID‐19 pandemic
A computational comparative analysis of the binding mechanism of molnupiravir's active metabolite to RNA-dependent RNA polymerase of wild-type and Delta subvariant AY.4 of SARS-CoV-2
Latent class analysis of loneliness and connectedness in US young adults during COVID‐19
Acute chest syndrome and COVID‐19 in hydroxyurea naïve sickle cell disease patient in a low resource setting
Association of atrial fibrillation with infectivity and severe complications of COVID‐19: A nationwide cohort study
It has been known that the presence of comorbidities is associated with worse outcomes in COVID-19 infection.
Based on the Korean nationwide COVID-19 dataset, 212 678 participants underwent the COVID-19 real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction test (January 1–June 4, 2020), we evaluated the infectivity and severe complications of COVID-19 according to the presence of atrial fibrillation.
COVID-19 positivity rate did not differ according to the presence of atrial fibrillation.
Among patients infected with COVID-19, the presence of atrial fibrillation was significantly associated with increased risk for severe complications and mortality within 2 months after COVID-19 diagnosis.
A Patient’s Perspective on Antibody Response to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Vaccines
Clinical relapse of immune‐mediated thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura following COVID‐19 vaccination
Plasmonic LAMP: Improving the Detection Specificity and Sensitivity for SARS‐CoV‐2 by Plasmonic Sensing of Isothermally Amplified Nucleic Acids
ISUOG Safety Committee updated recommendation on use of respirators by practitioners undertaking obstetric and gynecological ultrasound in context of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant of concern
Surveillance and pandemic governance in least‐ideal contexts: The Philippine case
Managing risk, governmentality and geoinformation: Vectors of vulnerability in the mapping of COVID‐19
Crisis management, surveillance, and digital ethics in the COVID‐19 era
Drug Overdoses During the COVID‐19 Pandemic Among Recently Homeless Individuals
Relationship between high‐risk alcohol consumption and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) seroconversion: a prospective sero‐epidemiological cohort study among American college students
COVID‐19 and mental health: Impact on symptom burden in older people living with mental illness in residential aged care
The use of, and outcomes for, inflammatory bowel disease services during the Covid‐19 pandemic: a nationwide observational study
Is the COVID‐19 pandemic accelerating the platformisation of the urban economy?
Fluvoxamine for COVID‐19 ICU patients?
Libertarian approaches to the COVID‐19 pandemic
Primary‐secondary school transition under Covid‐19: Exploring the perceptions and experiences of children, parents/guardians, and teachers
Resolving sticky relationships between platelets and lymphocytes in COVID-19: A role for checkpoint inhibitors?
Prognostic value of copeptin and mid‐regional proadrenomedullin in COVID‐19‐hospitalized patients
Delivery of an online psychosocial recovery program during COVID‐19: A survey of young people attending a youth mental health service
Dyadic associations between COVID‐19‐related stress and mental well‐being among parents and children in Hong Kong: An actor–partner interdependence model approach
Prognostic significance of day‐by‐day in‐hospital blood pressure variability in COVID‐19 patients with hypertension
Day‐to‐day blood pressure variability in COVID‐19: A biomarker of disrupted central autonomic network
Perceived access, fear, and preventative behavior: Key relationships for positive outcomes during the COVID-19 health crisis
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on subsistence consumers' well-being and coping strategies: Insights from India and Bangladesh
Did the COVID-19 pandemic affect mental health, training progression, and fertility planning of obstetrics and gynecology trainees? A survey of London trainees
Vaccination against COVID-19 decreases hospitalizations in patients with cirrhosis: Results from a nationwide analysis
Evolution of incidence of chilblain‐like lesions in children during the first year of COVID‐19 pandemic
Vaccination of COVID-19 convalescent plasma donors increases binding and neutralizing antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 variants
Influence of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the incidence of heat stroke and heat exhaustion in Japan: a nationwide observational study based on the Heatstroke STUDY 2019 (without COVID-19) and 2020 (with COVID-19)
Heatstroke STUDY 2019 and 2020 shows that awareness campaigns regarding heat stroke prevention among the elderly in daily life should be continued in the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic as in the past. In the future, it is also necessary to validate the recommendations of the Working Group on Heatstroke Medicine.
First reported case of delayed‐type hypersensitivity reaction to non‐hyaluronic acid Polycaprolactone dermal filler following COVID‐19 vaccination: A case report and a review of the literature
Ectopia cordis in an adult patient with COVID‐19: A case report and literature review
Ectopia cordis (EC) is a rare anomaly of unknown etiology rarely surviving to adulthood. We described EC who died of COVID-19 and its complications despite full resuscitation. Patients with EC may survive to adulthood if they have an incomplete EC, fewer intracardiac, and an absence of an omphalocele.
Serious events following COVID‐19 vaccination with ChAdOx1 nCoV‐19 vaccine (Vaxzevria): A short case series from Iran
Diabetic ketoacidosis with severe hypokalemia and persistent hypernatremia in an adolescent girl with COVID‐19 infection
Nanotechnology Toolkit for Combating COVID‐19 and Beyond
Herein, we provide a comprehensive review about nanomaterial-based technologies for diagnosis and prevention of SARS-Cov-2. We also review the applicability of nanomaterial in vaccine development and how nanomaterials can be used as a therapeutic agent to inhibit infection and destroy coronaviruses.
Review CDC guidance on coping with job stress during the pandemic
The impact of COVID-19 on cancer care of outpatients with low socioeconomic status
The COVID-19 pandemic caused disruptions to cancer care all over the world. But has it also worsened existing healthcare disparities for patients with low socioeconomic status? Here, using data from a European welfare state where patients have easy access to cancer treatment regardless of their employment or insurance status, the authors compared the socioeconomic status of cancer outpatients who received treatment before and during the pandemic. In the first year of the pandemic, people with low socioeconomic status were seeking cancer care significantly less frequently than before the pandemic. Countermeasures to reach this underserved patient group are needed.
Direct inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 by low level blue photobiomodulation LED at 470, 454 and 450 nm
Blue light has been already reported as able to counteract different types of microorganisms including Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, fungi and viruses, especially the enveloped ones. It has been reported that both blue and visible light can efficiently impact SARS-CoV-2 by affecting its ability to replicate in in vitro cellular models of infection. In this study, blue light at 450, 454 and 470 nm was tested on SARS-CoV-2 to evaluate the residual viral infectious potential on Vero E6, Caco-2 and Calu-3 cells, after the irradiation of viral particles.
Oxidative stress and decreased Nrf2 level in pediatric patients with COVID‐19
Nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 is responsible for the adaptation of cells under electrophilic or oxidative stress.
Nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 protects cells from inflammation by controlling antioxidant response and redox homeostasis.
Oxidative stress has been found to be associated with inflammation and tissue damage.
We found that Nrf2 levels decreased significantly in COVID-19 cases, and accordingly, there was a significant increase in TOS and OSI levels, and a significant decrease in TAS levels.
We predicted that the decrease in Nrf2 level, which plays a key role in oxidative stress, may explain the tissue damage that may be caused by COVID 19 by causing an increase in oxidative stress level.
Long‐term immunity in convalescent Syrian hamsters provides protection against new‐variant SARS‐CoV‐2 infection of the lower but not upper respiratory tract
Efficacy of antibody response following the vaccination of SARS‐CoV‐2 infected and noninfected healthcare workers by two‐dose inactive vaccine against COVID‐19
This study highlighted that a previous COVID-19 in healthcare workers may boost the seroconversion even at the first dose of vaccination by Sinovac if they were infected previously. Anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody responses in people infected with SARS-CoV-2 follow a classical pattern, with a rapid increase within the first 3 weeks after the appearance of symptoms. Although the titers decreased thereafter, the ability to detect anti-SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies supports the view that the majority of subjects previously screened as positive for virus remain intact with confirmed neutralizing activity for up to 6 months.
How COVID‐19 can promote workplace cheating behavior via employee anxiety and self‐interest – And how prosocial messages may overcome this effect
Patients in older adult psychiatric hospital during first COVID-19 wave
COVID-19 and clozapine use in an early intervention for psychosis service
Interdependencies of cellular and humoral immune responses in heterologous and homologous SARS‐CoV‐2 vaccination
Booster with BNT162b2 elicits strong humoral and cellular immune responses independent of the prime vaccination, whereas ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 booster does not further enhance the cellular response. Levels of humoral and cellular immune responses following COVID-19 vaccinations are related and interdependencies between them differ amongst vaccination regimes. Poor humoral immune responses are unlikely to be compensated by strong cellular activation.Abbreviations: COVID-19, coronavirus disease 2019; IFN, interferon; RBD, receptor-binding domain; SARS-CoV-2, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2; T, time points
Prospective two‐arm study of the testicular function in patients with COVID‐19
Supratherapeutic lithium levels in COVID‐19 infection
Time to reflect is a rare and valued opportunity; a pilot of the NIDUS‐professional dementia training intervention for homecare workers during the Covid‐19 pandemic
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with hidradenitis suppurativa
Omicron variant as nature's solution to the COVID-19 pandemic
Identification of potential target endoribonuclease NSP15 inhibitors of SARS-COV-2 from natural products through high-throughput virtual screening and molecular dynamics simulation
Perceived impact of COVID‐19 pandemic on body dysmorphic disorder and anxiety among population seeking cosmetic procedures
Incidence of white matter lesions in hospitalized COVID‐19 patients: A meta‐analysis
The Effects of COVID-19 lockdown on neuropsychiatric symptoms in patients with dementia or mild cognitive impairment: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Spatial analysis of socio‐economic factors and their relationship with the cases of COVID‐19 in Pernambuco, Brazil
SARS-CoV-2 and the safety of blood donations: Time for a brave revision?
Antibody profiles in COVID-19 convalescent plasma prepared with amotosalen/UVA pathogen reduction treatment
ZnO Nanowire‐Based Early Detection of SARS‐CoV‐2 Antibody Responses in Asymptomatic Patients with COVID‐19
A novel microplate (MP) on which a ZnO nanowire (NW) is fabricated by a modified hydrothermal synthesis method to detect antibodies specific for SARS-CoV-2 NP antigen is presented. A novel serological assay based on the ZnO-NW MP is more sensitive than a commercial immunoassay, enabling early detection of anti-SARS-CoV-2 NP IgG antibodies in asymptomatic patients with COVID-19.
U.S. agricultural university students' mental well-being and resilience during the first wave of COVID-19: Discordant expectations and experiences across genders
Perceptions, concerns and reported behaviours in response to the first wave of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic across metropolitan, regional, rural and remote Australian communities
Living with a genetic, undiagnosed or rare disease: A longitudinal journalling study through the COVID‐19 pandemic
Men and loneliness in the Covid‐19 pandemic: Insights from an interview study with UK‐based men
A qualitative analysis of perceptions of and reactions to COVID‐19
Study finds disrupted care among people with SMI amid COVID
Having a prevention regulatory focus longitudinally predicted distress and health‐protective behaviours during the COVID‐19 pandemic
Cardiac dysfunction and mortality in critically ill patients with COVID‐19: A Swedish multicentre observational study
Impact of the 2020 New Zealand COVID‐19 lockdown on participants in a community‐based, peer‐led fall prevention program
SARS‐CoV‐2 antibody testing for transplant recipients: A tool to personalize protection versus COVID‐19
Anti-spike antibody testing of solid organ transplant recipients after vaccination is a useful marker to assess vulnerability to COVID-19. Fishman and Alter comments on page 1291