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Douglas A Smith MD MPH
24:49
Hello everyone from Orange County California
Feng Li
40:22
There is a exonuclease in the RNA replicase of SARS-CoV2.
Renu
01:04:44
Working on pseudo South African SARS CoV2 we are progressing towards its structure at te atomistic level, by Cryo EM and molecular dynamics simulation combined, the monoclonal antibodies from hybridoma cell lines and convalescent plasma derives MB appear to be not effective in neutralization of the Spike Protein S1 Venkatesan Renugopalakrishnan et al., MGB Center for COVID Innovation
Janice Velasco Layugan
01:05:19
Hi Everyone!
Braden
01:05:25
how are biobank samples inactivated (if at all)?
Renu
01:05:36
v.renugopalakrishnan@northeastern.edu
Rebekah Neal
01:05:43
For more information on the Rosalind Database, please see this morning’s press release: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210323005909/en/Platform-Launches-to-Monitor-Impact-of-SARS-CoV-2-Variants-on-COVID-19-Tests
Renu
01:13:27
Questions Renu
Dilip Kumar Agarwal
01:14:51
Hi...nice talk... My question is, why most of the antigen based tests in the market target N protein rather than S protein (I.E Lateral flow assay)?
Niall Lennon
01:17:04
Will there be a protocol specifically for labs that use dry swabs as an input?
Dilip Kumar Agarwal
01:17:04
My second question is, if we have invitro test with the variant protein (spike) with the wild type antibodies, Ideally the binding should decrease typically in a binding assay on a surface, is it ?
Will Cantara
01:19:28
Each clade contains several conserved nucleotide mutations that are either silent or in noncoding regions of the genome. Are these being tested in biological experiments also?
Dilip Kumar Agarwal
01:19:48
Thank you very much for the response
Renu
01:20:18
My Chinese collaboartors not on COVId prefer we refer to the original SARS CoV2 as simply wild type
Will Cantara
01:22:59
Thank you!
Janice Velasco Layugan
01:23:25
Thanks so much
Renu
01:23:34
Great attempt ! Nice talks by Eric and Richard Renu