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  • FBI warns consumers about fraudulent COVID-19 antibody tests

    The FBI is cautioning consumers about fraudulent COVID-19 antibody tests.
  • Covid-19 antibody tests 'unreliable if used at the wrong time'

    A 300-page scientific review of antibody tests, led by the University of Birmingham, revealed they miss up to 70% of positive results if used within two weeks of someone developing symptoms.

    Mail Online
  • I'm a viral immunologist. Here's what antibody tests for Covid-19 tell us

    From serology to T-cells, there’s still a lot we don’t know about how immunity to coronavirus worksCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe sheer speed with which Covid-19 spread across the world, coupled with the novel nature of the virus, has meant that scientists and technicians have been playing a game of catch-up. But our knowledge, though incomplete, is now much greater than it was at the start of the outbreak, and medical systems arebetter equipped to respond. Part...

    the Guardian