Seasonal human coronavirus antibodies are boosted upon SARS-CoV-2 infection but not associated with protection Anderson et al

Published: 28 January 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ygv2j9psc5.1
Contributors:
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Eileen Goodwin,
Anurag Verma,
Claudia Arevalo,
Marcus Bolton,
Madison Weirick,
Sigrid Gouma,
Christopher McAllister,
Shannon Christensen,
JoEllen Weaver,
Philip Hicks,
Tomaz Manzoni,
Oluwatosin Oniyide,
Holly Ramage,
Divij Mathew,
Amy Baxter,
Derek Oldridge,
Allison Greenplate,
Jennifer Wu,
Cécile Alanio,
Kurt D’Andrea,
Oliva Kuthuru,
Jeanette Dougherty,
Ajinkya Pattekar,
Justin Kim,
Nicholas Han,
Sokratis Apostolidis,
Alex Huang,
Laura Vella,
Leticia Kuri-Cervantes,
Betina Pampena,
Michael Betts,
John Wherry,
Nuala Meyer,
Sara Cherry,
Paul Bates,
Daniel Rader,
Scott Hensley

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SARS-CoV-2 and seasonal coronavirus ELISA and neutralization titers from 1.) a pre-pandemic cohort 2.) a pre-pandemic cohort of cases and controls, and 3.) a cohort of hospitalized patients with active SARS-CoV-2 infection; nd = not determined

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