Humoral response and PCR positivity in patients with COVID-19 in the New York City region, USA: an observational study
OPEN The Lancet. Microbe | 6 Oct 2020
A Wajnberg, M Mansour, E Leven, NM Bouvier, G Patel, A Firpo-Betancourt, R Mendu, J Jhang, S Arinsburg, M Gitman, J Houldsworth, E Sordillo, A Paniz-Mondolfi, I Baine, V Simon, J Aberg, F Krammer, D Reich and C Cordon-Cardo
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has caused a global pandemic. The proportion of infected individuals who seroconvert is still an open question. In addition, it has been shown in some individuals that viral genome can be detected up to 3 months after symptom resolution. We investigated both seroconversion and PCR positivity in a large cohort of convalescent serum donors in the New York City (NY, USA) region.
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