Researchers at the University of Toronto are developing antibodies to neutralize COVID-19
The University of Toronto, a member of CALDO, has joined in the fight against Coronavirus. University of Toronto researcher Sachdev Sidhu and his collaborators received federal funding support and are currently working on engineering antibody molecules which can neutralize COVID-19 in the body before it invades cells. The ultimate goal of their project is to design antiviral medicines that block viral replication.
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