Asymptomatic coronavirus, patients have a weaker immune response to the virus, according to the China Study.
The results of this study, this has not been the most famous of a rigorous peer review process, published on the pre-print website medRxiv.
The scientists examined blood samples of 1 470 COVID-19 patients in tertiary hospitals in Wuhan, China, the first centre of the pandemic, to determine if they have antibodies to the virus. They also assessed blood 3,832 health care provider did not test positive for the coronavirus from three hospitals in Wuhan.
The panel found that 89%of hospitalized COVID-19 patient virus-specific antibody-Cov, compared with 4%of health care workers and the General population, 1%of the non-COVID patients.
“These data suggest that asymptomatic individuals have a weaker immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection,”lead author of the Ai-Long Huang from Chongqing Medical University told The Daily Mail.
However, the study also reveals COVID-19 the ability to cause pulmonary abnormalities, even in asymptomatic patients, because the Washington College biology Professor and Carl Burgos points out of it.
Antibodies can usually be detected about seven days after a person is infected, while the virus-specific antibodies may take about two weeks, according to the Institute, citing scientists. Participants had the antibody test on 29 to 29.
According to the scientists, 10%of the COVID-19 patients in the study who did not have antibodies to 21 days after they started, the symptoms may be”lost”them after the recovery of the disease.
“The data is consistent with several recently reported studies suggest that mild or asymptomatic infection coding less robust antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 in those with more severe disease,”Eleanor Riley, Professor of infectious diseases at the University of Edinburgh who was not involved in the research, told the British publication.