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COVID-19 Antibodies Last for at Least Four Months After Recovery
The results from a study in Iceland can’t say if a recovered patient’s antibodies can protect them from subsequent reinfection.
COVID-19 Antibodies Last for at Least Four Months After Recovery
COVID-19 Antibodies Last for at Least Four Months After Recovery

The results from a study in Iceland can’t say if a recovered patient’s antibodies can protect them from subsequent reinfection.

The results from a study in Iceland can’t say if a recovered patient’s antibodies can protect them from subsequent reinfection.

Iceland

Icelanders’ Genomes Hint at Origins of Genetic Diversity
Ashley Yeager | Sep 20, 2017
An analysis of 14,000 genomes reveals regions where new mutations are more likely to develop.
Learning from Iceland’s Model for Genetic Research
Catherine Offord | Jun 1, 2017
The Scandinavian island’s unique combination of genetic homogeneity, genealogical tradition, and high participation in research make it a prime location for discovery and validation of drug targets.
Genome Nation
Kerry Grens | Mar 27, 2015
Researchers perform whole-genome sequencing on roughly 1 percent of the Icelandic population.
Nordic Gene Study Requires Consent
Kate Yandell | Jun 24, 2013
A company has been ordered to stop estimating Icelanders’ genotypes and linking them to hospital records.