Immunogenicity to BNT162b2 booster in adults who had previously received inactivated COVID-19 vaccination

The ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has severely disrupted the world in terms of the disease burden and the economic impact of the restrictions imposed on ordinary social interactions outside the household. The only effective way out of the situation is by achieving population immunity, by natural infection, or via vaccination. Study: BNT162b2 vaccine

CellPort software joins the tetra partner network to help customers accelerate cell development and manufacturing

TetraScience, the R&D Data Cloud company, announced today that CellPort Software, a SaaS company that digitizes workflows for cell development and manufacturing, has joined the Tetra Partner Network (TPN) to accelerate delivery of cell-based therapeutics. We welcome a partnership with CellPort, recognizing their crucial contribution to eliminating paper lab notebooks in cell manufacturing processes. CellPort

What are the Health Benefits of Cocoa?

Cocoa is most commonly associated with chocolate and has a variety of nutritional benefits that can confirm positive health attributes. The cocoa bean is an accident source of dietary polyphenols, containing more finale antioxidants than most foods. It is well known that polyphenols are associated with beneficial health effects, therefore cocoa is rich in polyphenols,

The cellular response that protects pigs from COVID-19

Iowa State University scientists may have uncovered an important clue that sheds light on why pigs don’t get sick when exposed to the coronavirus. Studies since the start of the pandemic have noted that pigs can be infected by the virus if exposed to high doses, but the infection is self-limited and pigs don’t show

More than 2 dozen drugmakers to make Merck’s COVID-19 pill

A U.N.-backed organization announced Thursday that it has signed agreements with more than two dozen generic drug makers to produce versions of Merck’s COVID-19 pill to supply 105 developing countries. The Medicines Patent Pool said the deals would allow drug companies to make both the raw ingredients for molnupiravir and the finished product itself. Molnupiravir,

How nursing schools can forward nurse-led innovation

In order for nurses to lead in health and health care innovation, schools of nursing and nursing programs must think strategically about the knowledge and skills the next generation of nurses will need and then support those innovation needs at all levels of research, education, and practice.   An article recently published in the Journal of