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Omicron: What is the relationship between immune escape and immunoblotting and superinfection? – BBC News in Chinese

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Omicron: What is the relationship between immune escape and immunoblotting and superinfection? – BBC News in Chinese

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The new coronavirus continues to mutate, and the mutant strains give birth to subtypes. The subtype of Omicron starts from BA.1, and now BA.4 / BA.5 has become the dominant strain in many areas. The existing vaccines mutate to Omicron The effectiveness of the “offspring” of the strain has also attracted more attention.

Two separate studies published in June 2022 shed some light on the answer to this question.

A report published by a Chinese research team in the journal “Nature” and a report by a British research team in the journal “Science” examined the causes of repeated infection with the new crown from different aspects.

“Broad Spectrum Immunity”

A research paper published by a Chinese research team in the journal Nature on June 17 stated that the vaccine currently developed for the early variant of Omicron has been escaped by the newly emerging subtype, so it may not be able to target the emerging subtype. Omicron subtype variants confer immune protection.

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