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Kinetics of serologic responses to mers coronavirus infection in humans, South Korea
journal contributionposted on 2023-11-03, 04:04 authored by WB Park, RAPM Perera, PG Choe, EHY Lau, SJ Choi, JY Chun, HS Oh, KH Song, JH Bang, ES Kim, HB Kim, SW Park, NJ Kim, LLM Poon, M Peiris, MD Oh
We investigated the kinetics of serologic responses to Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection by using virus neutralization and MERS-CoV S1 IgG ELISA tests. In most patients, robust antibody responses developed by the third week of illness. Delayed antibody responses with the neutralization test were associated with more severe disease.
Science & TechnologyLife Sciences & BiomedicineImmunologyInfectious DiseasesMERSMERS-CoVMiddle East respiratory syndromeMiddle East respiratory syndrome coronavirusSouth Koreaantibodyclinical correlatescoronavirusdiagnosticshumansimmunitykineticsseroepidemiologic dataserologic responsesseverityvirusesAnimalsAntibodies, ViralAntibody AffinityAntibody FormationCamelusCoronavirus InfectionsFemaleHumansKineticsMaleMiddle East Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusRepublic of KoreaBiodefenseVaccine RelatedEmerging Infectious DiseasesPreventionInfection3 Good Health and Well Being