Our results further reinforce the fact that SARS-CoV-2 antibodies should not be used to diagnose acute infections but may complement RT-PCR results especially later in the disease evolution

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Our results further reinforce the fact that SARS-CoV-2 antibodies should not be used to diagnose acute infections but may complement RT-PCR results especially later in the disease evolution. Table 6 Studies evaluating the Abbott SARS-CoV-2 IgG assay. thead th rowspan="1" colspan="1" Study /th th rowspan="1" colspan="1" N /th th rowspan="1" colspan="1" Early sensitivity /th th rowspan="1" colspan="1" Later sensitivity /th /thead Studies evaluating the assay by days post symptom onsetTheel ES, et al. small (0.01, p? ?0.0001). There was minimal cross-reactivity with other antibodies. A lower COI limit for reactivity (0.55, using the 99th percentile COI of our controls and ROC analysis) improved diagnostic sensitivity, especially at 0C6?days POS (45.9C55.8%), with a small decrease in specificity (98.9%). The assay throughput was 100 samples in 70?min. Conclusion The Abbott SARS-CoV-2 IgG…
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Instead, CARM1 knockout altered cell cycle distribution characterized by an increase in G2 phase (Figure S3G), which is known to favor HR-mediated DSB repair (Rothkamm et al

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Instead, CARM1 knockout altered cell cycle distribution characterized by an increase in G2 phase (Figure S3G), which is known to favor HR-mediated DSB repair (Rothkamm et al., 2003). imaging of CARM1 knockout A1847 cells treated with 0.4 M Olaparib. NIHMS1569396-supplement-6.avi (4.8M) GUID:?E72D9C47-90A1-4321-A98A-646BBD625563 7: Supplemental Movie 7, related to Figure 4Live-cell time-lapse microscopy imaging of CARM1 knockout A1847 cells treated with 2.5 M GSK126. NIHMS1569396-supplement-7.avi (5.6M) GUID:?425AD6F7-C774-46AE-A630-6D618A28B1E2 8: Supplemental Movie 8, related to Figure 4Live-cell time-lapse microscopy imaging of CARM1 knockout A1847 cells treated with a combination of 0.4 M Olaparib and 2.5 M GSK126. NIHMS1569396-supplement-8.avi (7.5M) GUID:?1DCCBFB1-D537-49B5-9F21-AD59CFD9BAD4 9. NIHMS1569396-supplement-9.pdf (3.8M) GUID:?8B6FD1C6-815B-43DE-947E-C5F285EC6B15 Summary In response to DNA double-strand breaks, MAD2L2-containing shieldin complex plays a critical role in the choice between homologous recombination (HR) and non-homologous end joining (NHEJ)-mediated repair. Here we…
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