In the 51st issue of the International Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science (SCI), there is an article on the "Relationship Between the Recurrence of SARS-Cov-2 Virus and the Level of Antibody" prepared by our students and physicians.
The success of our students and academics continues. Our University, which has made a name for itself with articles in the scientific field, continues to take its place in the international scientific world. The article titled "The Relationship Between the Recurrence of SARS-Cov-2 Virus and the Level of Antibody" prepared by our physicians and our 4th grade medical school students was published in the international Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science (SCI).
Our team that prepared the article
Assist. Prof. Mehmet Sami İslamoğlu, Assoc. Prof. Mahir Cengiz, Assoc. Prof. Serap Yavuzer, Assist. Prof. Betül Börkü Uysal, Assoc. Prof. Hande İkitimur, Zeynep Özdemir, Ahsen Karamehmetoglu, Ayşe Ezgi Akbulut, Ayşe Nur Bakdur, Azize Özdemir, Habibe Kayıkcıoğlu, Hatice Özdemir, Rümeysa Uces, Sema Ersoy, contributed in the 51st volume of the journal of International Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science (SCI).
It affected the world
The article begins by giving information about the COVID-19 that started in Wuhan, China in December 2019 and affected the whole world. The article reveals the number of people affected by the virus worldwide, diagnostic tests, antibody and antigen tests, vaccine studies to reduce the effects of the virus, the struggle with the emergence of the virus in different variants, and the effort of the scientific world to destroy the virus.
To not get sick again...
Biruni University Hospital Internal Medicine Assoc. Prof. Mahir Cengiz explained the importance of the article, “First of all, this article is our students' contribution to the world of science. There are also antibody studies among various scientific studies at our university. In this study, we tried to determine the antibody levels that may be protective against the disease again in the antibodies formed in people who have had the disease before. We tried to find an answer to the question of which antibody level does the infection occur again
According to our study conducted on more than 1600 people over the age of 18 in a 6-month period between September 2020 and March 2021, the fact that antibody levels are 12 times above the limit value is protective against the disease.” expressed in his words Dear Cengiz concluded his speech by stating that the academicians and students of Biruni University will continue to contribute to the world of science.
We congratulate our physicians and students and wish them continued success.
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