Now showing items 1-1 of 1

    • A global effort to define the human genetics of protective immunity to SARS-CoV-2 infection 

      Casanova, J.-L.; Su, H. C.; Abel, L.; Aiuti, A.; Almuhsen, S.; Arias, A. A.; Bastard, P.; Biggs, C.; Bogunovic, D.; Boisson, B.; Boisson-Dupuis, S.; Bolze, A.; Bondarenko, A.; Bousfiha, A.; Brodin, P.; Bustamante, J.; Butte, M.; Casari, G.; Ciancanelli, M.; Cobat, A.; Condino-Neto, A.; Cooper, M.; Dalgard, C.; Espinosa, S.; Feldman, H.; Fellay, J.; Franco, J. L.; Hagin, D.; Itan, Y.; Jouanguy, E.; Lucas, C.; Mansouri, D.; Meyts, I.; Milner, J.; Mogensen, T.; Morio, T.; Ng, L.; Notarangelo, L. D.; Okada, S.; Özçelik, Tayfun; Palacín, P. S.; Planas, A.; Prando, C.; Puel, A.; Pujol, A.; Redin, C.; Renia, L.; Gallego, J. C. R.; Quintana-Murci, L.; Sancho-Shimizu, V.; Sankaran, V.; Seppänen, M. R. J.; Shahrooei, M.; Snow, A.; Spaan, A.; Tangye, S.; Tur, J. P.; Turvey, S.; Vinh, D. C.; von Bernuth, H.; Wang, X.; Zawadzki, P.; Zhang, Q.; Zhang, S. (Elsevier, 2020)
      SARS-CoV-2 infection displays immense inter-individual clinical variability, ranging from silent infection to lethal disease. The role of human genetics in determining clinical response to the virus remains unclear. Studies ...