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|D001008||Anxiety Disorders NIH||0.18|
There are 3 clinical trials
Blood samples from participants who have recovered from COVID-19 infection will be obtained and studied. The goal of the research is to identify antibodies that have been generated by the patient to fight the COVID-19 infection. By identifying the most effective antibodies, scientists can make specific antibodies to use to prevent future coronavirus outbreaks or to treat patients with severe disease.
Description: The blood specimen will be proceeded into peripheral blood mononuclear cells and plasma to be stored for testing. In brief, CD27+ memory B cells that can bind to a SARS-CoV-2 S protein bait will be sorted by flow cytometry and RNA will be extracted to obtain heavy and light chain sequences. Antibody sequences will be annotated using bioinformatics approaches, and candidate sequences will be cloned. Purified antibodies will be characterized and neutralization breadth and potency against SARS-CoV-2 and other related coronaviruses will be assessed using neutralization assays.Measure: Number of antibodies against coronaviruses isolated and identified from patient samples Time: Up to 12 months after collection visit
To better understand the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection, we devised a precision immunology approach to systematically study the immune function of different patient cohorts
Description: Immune response of whole blood stimulation assay with various immune activators will be measured by FACS and multiplex AssayMeasure: Immune response Time: 4 weeks
"Background France counted on January 1, 2020, 70,651 people detained, for 61,080 places. Overcrowding in detention is considered as risk factor for infectious diseases transmission, such as respiratory infections. The prison environment represents a confined environment, which could protect prisoners from possible external contamination. If one or more inmates were infected through visiting rooms, officers working in detention, or newly incarcerated people, an epidemic could spread more quickly in the prison community. Thus, few cases of COVID-19 were observed among the subjects in detention with a few weeks delay compared to the free world. However, detention conditions make it more difficult to detect suspicious cases. On the other hand, carrying out diagnostic tests is structurally more difficult to carry out there. Thus, given the plurality of clinical presentations, the non-optimal sensitivity of the SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR, and the difficulty in carrying out diagnostic tests, it is today difficult to have a precise idea of the number of prisoners having encountered SARS-CoV-2. It is also a population that is not taken into account in the large seroprevalence studies currently conducted in the general population. In order to estimate the number of prisoners exposed to SARS-CoV-2 and in the absence of data currently available in the medical literature, a seroprevalence study in this at risk and little studied population would bring new data to the medical community. Hypothesis In adult subjects living in penal establishments in Ile de France, the seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 would be lower compared to the general population. Material and method Open multicenter cross-sectional study carried out in the 11 penal establishments of Ile de France. A sampling of 3,500 inmates stratified over the 16 detention areas concerned will be carried out. The inclusion criteria will be detained subjects who have expressed their consent to participate in the research, aged 18 to 80 years. Each selected detainee will be invited to the health unit to perform a venous blood test for anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies. The goal is to take 2,500 blood samples (30% expected refusal rate). Each sample will be analyzed in the virology laboratory at P. Brousse hospital. Expected results Obtain an assessment of the seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in prisons to determine the exposure of detained persons. This assessment will make it possible to undertake public health actions and to propose the implementation of group protection measures such as vaccination if this is soon available.
Description: It's obtained from ELISA tests carried out on blood samples. A subject will be considered to have been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus if anti-SARS-CoV-2 IgGs are detected in his blood sample.Measure: Determination of the immunological parameters (Immunoglobins G) of the SARS-CoV-2 infection Time: 7 days
Description: (fever or feeling of fever, headache, muscle aches and / or pain, cough, unusual breathing and / or shortness of breath, chest pain and / or tightness, rhinorrhea, nausea and / or vomiting, diarrhea, anosmia , ageusia, unusual tiredness), onset of hospitalization for COVID-19, onset of hospitalization in intensive care for COVID-19Measure: Symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 Time: 7 days
Description: age, smoking, cardiovascular history, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, renal failure, active cancer, immunosuppression, hepatic cirrhosis , obesity, splenectomy, acute chest syndrome, sickle cell syndrome, taking chlorpromazine, number of inmates in the same cell, ward for vulnerable people, date of incarceration.Measure: Factors assumed to be related to infection with SARS-CoV-2 and the occurrence of moderate to severe forms of COVID-19 Time: 7 days
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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