Early, persistent activation of specific immune cells may be a predictor of severe COVID-19

Scientists at the University of Illinois Chicago have found new evidence that people with severe COVID-19 may have something in common: an early and persistent activation of neutrophils, a type of white blood cells that the immune system uses to fight bacteria.

Early, persistent activation of specific immune cells may be a predictor of severe COVID-19
Scientists at the University of Illinois Chicago have found new evidence that people with severe COVID-19 may have something in common: an early and persistent activation of neutrophils, a type of white blood cells that the immune system uses to fight bacteria.