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News from IVIS

JUL 08, 2020

Multiple antivirals that may terminate SARS-COV-2 virus replication

POLYMERASE, a protein used by the SARS-CoV-2 virus to replicate its genome while inside infected human cells, has been investigating for its potential...

JUL 08, 2020

Bats and COVID

As bats are able to be a reservoir for most coronavirus strains, they are likely to contract COVID-19 if exposed. While the animals are generally able...

JUL 08, 2020

2020 ACVIM Forum is now online!

The 2020 ACVIM Forum is going On-Demand! The ACVIM will be delivering selected content on-demand and is currently working diligently to finalize the...

JUL 08, 2020

BluePearl Launches Program Aimed to Improve Associate Health and Well-being

BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital today announced the launch of its Micro Steps to Wellness Program, which aims to help Associates cope...

JUL 07, 2020

Platelets involved in coagulation ánd host defence, possibly also in case of corona

Researchers from Utrecht University have discovered that platelets also play a role in our immune system: they appear to be indispensable in...

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