28 October 2020

We are very proud that many RIMLS researchers are working on projects related to the COVID-19 virus. Some of these projects have already resulted in important publications that were made available as quickly as possible to help the fight against Corona worldwide.

Please find below some of our publications which appeared timely from the groups of:

Frank van de Veerdonk:

  • New insights; Consequences for treatment are now being examined internationally (link)  -published in Preprints

Raphaël Duivenvoorden:

  • New insight into the effect of hydroxychloroquine (link) - published in MedRxiv

  • Hydroxychloroquine Inhibits the Trained Innate Immune Response to Interferons (link) - published in Cell Reports Medicine

Johan van der Vlag:

  • Molecular scissors play a role in kidney and lung leakage (link) - published in MedRxiv

Frank Wagener & Peter Pickers:

  • Important insights into the molecular mechanisms of COVID-19 infections (link) - published in Antioxidants

Alexander Hoischen & Frank van de Veerdonk:

  • Genetic mutation reveals how coronavirus strikes (link) -  published in JAMA

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A lot of our research projects are still ongoing and important funders have decided to grant several of the research projects of RIMLS researchers, e.g.:

We wish all our researchers success in their efforts to fight the current COVID-19 pandemic. If you would wish to further support their important work please click here

 

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