Long COVID

Autoantibody Responses in Males versus Females Following COVID-19 Infection

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai recruited 177 healthcare workers with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection to study autoantibody levels depending on the severity of COVID-19 between males and females. 65% of the patients included in the study were female; 35% were male. Autoantibody reactivity was compared to a cohort of SLE patients, as well as 91 antigens which span typical autoimmune diseases.

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