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SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies From Vaccination During Pregnancy May Transfer to Fetuses
Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were found in the blood and cord blood of people vaccinated during pregnancy.
More Evidence That COVID-19 Vaccination While Pregnant Likely Protects Children
Blood and breastmilk from vaccinated women contain antibodies that may protect infants in first months of life
Variant in Immune Gene Linked to Lack of Symptoms During COVID-19
A variant in an immune response gene could explain the underlying cause of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections.
Booster Vaccine Targeting Omicron Offers Broader COVID-19 Protection
Memory B cells produce antibodies that protect against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants
COVID-19 Reduces Immune Response to COVID-19 Vaccines
People who had contracted COVID-19 before vaccination had a weaker immune response to the vaccine than people who were never infected.
mRNA Vaccine Technology: A Promising Idea for Fighting HIV
Testing of mRNA HIV vaccines in humans is underway
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.
How the Immune Systems of Children Respond to mRNA Vaccines
Scientists explore the ins and outs of the developing immune system.
Original COVID-19 Boosters Less Effective Versus Omicron Over Time
The results of this study support real-world data that shows that people vaccinated and boosted with an original COVID-19 vaccine are more…
Breaking Down the Body’s Response to SARS-CoV-2
SeroNet researchers study the complex immune response to the virus that causes COVID-19.