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Long COVID: An Uncommon Complication in Children
Although pediatric cases of Long COVID are relatively uncommon, the condition can affect children, and the symptoms may be different from those in…
The Relationship Between Chronic Viral Infection and Long COVID
Researchers have found that having chronic viral infections like EBV may influence the likelihood of someone developing Long COVID and what symptoms…
Researchers Discover Potential New Antiviral Against COVID-19
NMT5 coats the receptors of healthy cells and temporarily changes their shape, making it harder for SARS-CoV-2 to infect the cells.
Poor Immune Response After Treatment Likely Not Responsible for “COVID Rebound”
An overactive immune system going after traces of viral RNA may be the cause of COVID-19 symptoms after treatment.
Inflammation Pattern in the Brain May Cause Many Long COVID Symptoms
Animal study finds that COVID-19 can cause permanent organ damage and lasting brain inflammation.
Using Machine Learning to Identify People With Long COVID
Researchers are developing algorithms to accurately identify people with Long COVID by examining their electronic health records.
COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on the Body
While performing autopsies on patients who had had COVID-19, NIH researchers found evidence of lasting SARS-CoV-2 infection in almost every part…
How Rapid Antigen Tests Perform Against Viral Variants
In a study, rapid antigen tests were able to recognize N protein mutations in past and present SARS-CoV-2 variants, as well as more than 99% of…
Children Are Able to Self-Test for COVID-19
With instruction, there is no difference in test results after nasal swabbing by children or adults
Exploring a New Approach to Universal Vaccines Against COVID-19
The viral N protein weakens immune defenses but may be key to better vaccines.
Decades in the Making: mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines
For decades, NIH has supported the research that led to mRNA COVID-19 vaccines — and this timeline provides some of the best examples.