Measles Vaccine: Is There a Protective Role in COVID 19 Pandemic?

Measles Vaccine: Is There a Protective Role in COVID 19 Pandemic?

Publication date: Jun 24, 2020

The following two mechanisms that explain the ability of measles vaccine to cause partial protection against COVID-19. The first is that measles vaccine may increase the ability of the immune system to fight off pathogens other than measles due to the generated bystander immunity that would enhance the overall immunity against the new coronavirus. The second is that SARS-CoV-2 is proven to have structure similarities with measles, which may cause cross-reactivity and immunity between measles vaccines and COVID-19, leading to partial protection against COVID-19 in vaccinated subjects

Concepts Keywords
ALT Reactivity immunity measles
Antibodies SARS
AST Antibody Titer measles
CBC Proven similarities measles
Citrate Ability measles
Clinical Examination Medical specialties
Coronavirus Medicine
Cross Health
ELISA RTT
ESR Vaccines
Gender Measles
Heparin Immunology
Hospital Antibodies
IgG Immunity
Immune System Immunoglobulin G
Immunity Passive immunity
Infection Antibodies
Informed Consent
Measles
Measles Vaccine
Measles Virus
PCR
Plasma
SARS
Serum
Serum Ferritin
Titer

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH Measles
pathway KEGG Measles
pathway REACTOME Immune System

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