Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP
Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus antibodies may not help with cure, after Dutch study sees harmful effect in ICU patients

  • The blood from seriously ill Covid-19 patients on ventilators was found by researchers to be highly inflammatory and harmful to the body
  • Chinese epidemiologist says scientists cannot put all their bets on antibodies to control virus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP
Researchers led by a professor in the Netherlands report that they might have found an important clue that may answer why immunoglobulin G appears only when patients are ill enough to be admitted to ICU. Photo: AFP
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