Nida Patel Journal Week 11

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To understand the use of Syrian hamsters as model subjects to test the neutralizing human antibodies of SARS-CoV-2. A cohort study type was used to test the competitiveness of antibody binding to the RBD domain in comparison to SARS-CoV-2.


Searching the Scientific Literature Part 2: Evaluating Scientific Sources

  1. Now we will begin to evaluate your assigned article in three areas availability, the journal, and the article metadata. Again, provide a citation for the article in APA format, this time including the DOI.
    • Rogers TF, Zhao F, Huang D, Beutler N, Burns A, He WT, Limbo O, Smith C, Song G, Woehl J, Yang L, Abbott RK, Callaghan S, Garcia E, Hurtado J, Parren M, Peng L, Ramirez S, Ricketts J, Ricciardi MJ, Rawlings SA, Wu NC, Yuan M, Smith DM, Nemazee D, Teijaro JR, Voss JE, Wilson IA, Andrabi R, Briney B, Landais E, Sok D, Jardine JG, Burton DR. Isolation of potent SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies and protection from disease in a small animal model. Science. 2020 Aug 21;369(6506):956-963. doi: 10.1126/science.abc7520.
    1. Provided a link to the abstract of the article on PubMed.
    2. Provided a link to the full text of the article in PubMed Central.
    3. Provided a link to the full text of the article (HTML format) from the publisher website.
    4. Provide a link to the full PDF version of the article from the publisher website.
    5. Who owns the rights to the article? Looked at the first page of the PDF version of the article for the © symbol.
      • The listed authors
    6. How is the article available:
      • Is the article available “open access” (look for the words “open access” or the “unlocked” icon on the article website or the first page of the PDF) If YES, stop here.
        • YES

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