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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Two recently published studies show potential positive news in the run for the coronavirus vaccine.
The first study, published in the medical journal Nature Medicine on Thursday, details the results of a possible vaccine developed by Johnson
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Submit Manuscript - The most common side effects during the two 42-day trials were pain at the injection site, while other often-developed “adverse events” were hyperthermia, headache, asthenia and muscle and joint pain, the study said.
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The volunteers also developed “an antibody response.”
“The vaccine is highly immunogenic and induces strong humoral and cellular immune responses in 100% of healthy adult volunteers, with antibody titres in vaccinated participants higher than those in convalescent plasma,” the authors of the study said.
Supplementary information - However, “further investigation is needed of the effectiveness of this vaccine for prevention of COVID-19,” the study warns.
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