Health Immunity after asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2-paths is unlikely

Immunity after asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2-paths is unlikely

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23. June, 2020 06:45 PM Robert Klatt

SARV-CoV-2 can also cause and with no sense of Covid-19-symptoms of health damage. A later immunity, these mild disease unlikely.

Chongqing (China). The proportion of asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections, according to recent studies, up to 80 percent. Until now, scientists assumed that the immune system forms in the case of infection with SARS-CoV-2 without Covid-19-symptoms antibodies that protect people in the future from the Virus.

Scientists Ai-Long Huang from the Medical University in Chongqing have now been published in the journal Nature medicine, a study which determines this acceptance. As subjects of the 37 people who showed no Covid-19 symptoms were used by the Chinese researchers. Were discovered in the infections with the new Coronavirus, based on the genetic test was performed in contact investigations.

Damage without a felt-like symptoms

According to all the subjects of the study were healthy, although a survey of eleven of the 37 persons increased laboratory values of the C-showed-reactive Protein. In addition, the scientists discovered in eleven of the subjects, milk-glass infiltrates in the computer tomography, which are a sign of inflammation of the lungs, and in the case of Covid-19 typically occur.

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