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Symptoms, SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies, and Neutralization Capacity in a Cross Sectional-Population of German Children

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Laub, Otto ; Leipold, Georg ; Toncheva, Antoaneta A. ; Peterhoff, David ; Einhauser, Sebastian ; Neckermann, Patrick ; Borchers, Natascha S. ; Santos-Valente, Elisangela ; Kheiroddin, Parastoo ; Buntrock-Döpke, Heike ; Laub, Sarah ; Schöberl, Patricia ; Schweiger-Kabesch, Andrea ; Ewald, Dominik ; Horn, Michael ; Niggel, Jakob ; Ambrosch, Andreas ; Überla, Klaus ; Gerling, Stephan ; Brandstetter, Susanne ; Wagner, Ralf ; Kabesch, Michael
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Background: Children and youth are affected rather mildly in the acute phase of COVID-19 and thus, COVID19 infection may easily be overlooked. In the light of current discussions on the vaccinations of children it seems necessary to better identify children who are immune against SARS-CoV-2 due to a previous infection and to better understand COVID-19 related immune reactions in ...


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