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"Above all, the study shows that the human immune system "doubles up" when defending against COVID-19 with the combined action of immune cells and antibodies - like the defence in a modern soccer team - and that the cells are also able to memorize certain "moves" on the part of the virus (Note: "memory") and respond to them", the authors said.

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Telangana reported 1,637 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to2,44,143 while sixmore deaths pushed the toll to 1,357, the state government said on Wednesday.

Researchers say these results are not yet ready for clinical practice, but they are adding a new perspective to robust anticoagulant and inflammatory research in patients with COVID-19. It was found to prevent the efficient growth of both Zika and herpes, but there was no effect on Sars-CoV-2, mainly because it was unable to replicate in the cornea in the first place.

They found key substances in the eye that could inhibit or promote viral replication, including one called interferon lambda.

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"I think it's cool that we all have similar numbers", said Krammer, who said he will continue to track antibodies in blood samples for at least another year, according to the Times. The company has additionally suggested these in the identical family as a coronavirus-infected affected person to make use of separate loos and bedrooms and put on masks in shared areas, if doable to restrict virus transmission at house. "Our data suggest that the novel coronavirus does not seem to be able to penetrate the cornea". They note that they are yet to determine if other tissues in and around the cornea like the tear ducts and conjunctiva are vulnerable to the coronavirus.

The authors wrote, "We may learn those eye coverings are not necessary to protect against infection in the general community, but our studies really are just the beginning".

"Our findings contribute to a better understanding of the disease and help us in the development of potential vaccines since we now have access to promising biomarkers and can perform even better monitoring", the scientists wrote.

This work was supported by the National Eye Institute, the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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