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Kháng nguyên Covid-19 (Cập nhật đến 08/04/2022)

Kháng nguyên được hiểu đơn giản là những chất khi xâm nhập vào cơ thể con người thì sẽ được hệ thống miễn dịch nhận biết nhanh chóng và sinh ra các kháng thể tương ứng để kết hợp đặc hiệu với kháng nguyên ấy. Thông thường các kháng nguyên là một protein, một polysaccharide nhưng cũng có thể là bất cứ loại phân tử nào mang các hapten nhỏ gắn với một protein chuyên chở. Cục Thông tin KH&CN quốc gia xin giới thiệu một số bài nghiên cứu đã được xuất bản chính thức và các bài viết được chấp nhận đăng trên những cơ sở dữ liệu học thuật chính thống. Những nghiên cứu công bố trước đó trong năm 2022 được tổng hợp tại đường link cuối bài.



1. Recall response to COVID-19 antigen is preserved in people with multiple sclerosis on anti-CD20 medications – A pilot study

Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 24 January 2022 Volume 59 (Cover date: March 2022) Article 103560

Tobias Moser Ferdinand Otto Peter Wipfler


2. Diagnostic accuracy of rapid antigen test for COVID-19 in an emergency department

Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease16 January 2022 Volume 102, Issue 4 (Cover date: April 2022) Article 115635

Silvia Elli Francesco Blasi Giorgio Costantino


3. Rapid antigen test to identify COVID-19 infected patients with and without symptoms admitted to the Emergency Department

The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 22 October 2021 Volume 51 (Cover date: January 2022) Pages 92-97

Gianni Turcato Arian Zaboli Dietmar Ausserhofer


4. Endotheliopathy marked by high von Willebrand factor (vWF) antigen in COVID-19 is associated with poor outcome: a systematic review and meta-analysis

International Journal of Infectious Diseases 27 June 2021 Volume 117 (Cover date: April 2022) Pages 267-273

Arief Wibowo Raymond Pranata Januar Wibawa Martha


5. Evaluation of SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen diagnostic tests for saliva samples

Heliyon 22 February 2022 Volume 8, Issue 2 (Cover date: February 2022) Article e08998

Marie Hagbom Noelia Carmona-Vicente Johan Nordgren


6. Surface plasmon resonance biosensor with laser heterodyne feedback for highly-sensitive and rapid detection of COVID-19 spike antigen

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 6 March 2022 Volume 206 (Cover date: 15 June 2022) Article 114163

Zongren Dai Xin Xu Yidong Tan


7. Clinical assessment of SARS-CoV-2 antigen rapid detection compared with RT-PCR assay for emerging variants at a high-throughput community testing site in Taiwan

International Journal of Infectious Diseases 26 November 2021 Volume 115 (Cover date: February 2022) Pages 30-34

Ming-Jr Jian Cherng-Lih Perng Hung-Sheng Shang


8. Evaluation of antigen-based rapid detection test for the diagnosis of SARS CoV-2 in low-income countries

Journal of Virological Methods 9 December 2021 Volume 300 (Cover date: February 2022) Article 114409

Toky Rakotomalala Randriamahazo Andry Maharo Andrianarivelo Andry Rasamindrakotroka


9. Synthetic nanobody-functionalized nanoparticles for accelerated development of rapid, accessible detection of viral antigens

Biosensors and Bioelectronics6 January 2022 Volume 202 (Cover date: 15 April 2022) Article 113971

Xiahui Chen Shoukai Kang Chao Wang


10. Assessment of the Abbott BinaxNOW SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test against viral variants of concern

iScience22 February 2022 Volume 25, Issue 3 (Cover date: 18 March 2022) Article 103968

Anuradha Rao Leda Bassit Wilbur A. Lam


11. CRISPR-Cas12a-mediated label-free electrochemical aptamer-based sensor for SARS-CoV-2 antigen detection

Bioelectrochemistry 19 March 2022 Volume 146 (Cover date: August 2022) Article 108105

Na Liu Ran Liu Jingjing Zhang


12. Performance of a high-throughput, automated enzyme immunoassay for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigen, including in viral “variants of concern”: Implications for clinical use

Journal of Clinical Virology 29 November 2021 Volume 146 (Cover date: January 2022) Article 105048

Slim Fourati Alexandre Soulier Jean-Michel Pawlotsky


13. Spike-based COVID-19 immunization increases antibodies to nucleocapsid antigen

Translational Research 25 October 2021 Volume 240 (Cover date: February 2022) Pages 26-32

Carlota Dobaño Alfons Jiménez Gemma Moncunill


14. The role of antigen-presenting cells in the pathogenesis of COVID-19

Pathology - Research and Practice 23 March 2022 Volume 233 (Cover date: May 2022) Article 153848

Rana Farzi Parisa Shiri Aghbash Hossein Bannazadeh Baghi


15. Bioactive hybrid metal-organic framework (MOF)-based nanosensors for optical detection of recombinant SARS-CoV-2 spike antigen

Science of The Total Environment 17 February 2022 Volume 825 (Cover date: 15 June 2022) Article 153902

Navid Rabiee Yousef Fatahi Mohammad Reza Saeb


16. Performance of anterior nares and tongue swabs for nucleic acid, Nucleocapsid, and Spike antigen testing for detecting SARS-CoV-2 against nasopharyngeal PCR and viral culture

International Journal of Infectious Diseases 9 February 2022 Volume 117 (Cover date: April 2022) Pages 287-294

Michalina A. Montaño Meagan J. Bemer Paul K. Drain


17. SARS-CoV-2 microfluidic antigen point-of-care testing in Emergency Room patients during COVID-19 pandemic

Journal of Virological Methods 20 October 2021 Volume 299 (Cover date: January 2022) Article 114337

Elisa Burdino Francesco Cerutti Valeria Ghisetti


18. Evaluation of the Roche-SD Biosensor rapid antigen test: Antigen is not reliable in detecting SARS-CoV-2 at the early stage of infection with respiratory symptoms

Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 25 December 2021 Volume 102, Issue 4 (Cover date: April 2022) Article 115628

Heini Flinck Dominik Kerimov Janne Aittoniemi


19. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Antigens as Targets of Antibody Responses

Clinics in Laboratory Medicine 3 November 2021 Volume 42, Issue 1 (Cover date: March 2022) Pages 97-109

Alana F. Ogata Roey Lazarovits David R. Walt


20. Diagnostic performance, user acceptability, and safety of unsupervised SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen-detecting tests performed at home

International Journal of Infectious Diseases 14 January 2022 Volume 116 (Cover date: March 2022) Pages 358-364

Ida Johanne B. Møller Amalie R. Utke Sanne Jespersen


21. Highly sensitive and ultra-rapid antigen-based detection of SARS-CoV-2 using nanomechanical sensor platform

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 17 September 2021 Volume 195 (Cover date: 1 January 2022) Article 113647

Dilip Kumar Agarwal Vikas Nandwana Vinayak P. Dravid


22. Evaluation and clinical implications of the time to a positive results of antigen testing for SARS-CoV-2

Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy 10 November 2021 Volume 28, Issue 2 (Cover date: February 2022) Pages 248-251

Yusaku Akashi Yoshihiko Kiyasu Hiromichi Suzuki


23. Systematic profiling of antigen bias in humoral response against SARS-CoV-2

Virus Research 14 February 2022 Volume 312 (Cover date: 15 April 2022) Article 198711

Nana Wei Qiujing Wang Shibo Li


24. Detection of SARS-CoV-2 variants by Abbott molecular, antigen, and serological tests

Journal of Clinical Virology 20 January 2022 Volume 147 (Cover date: February 2022) Article 105080

Mary A Rodgers Ana Olivo Gavin A Cloherty


25. Quantum dots assembly enhanced and dual-antigen sandwich structured lateral flow immunoassay of SARS-CoV-2 antibody with simultaneously high sensitivity and specificity

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 17 November 2021 Volume 198 (Cover date: 15 February 2022) Article 113810

Jianghua Jia Lijiao Ao Jun Hu


26. Accuracy and ease-of-use of seven point-of-care SARS-CoV-2 antigen-detecting tests: A multi-centre clinical evaluation

eBioMedicine 24 December 2021 Volume 75 (Cover date: January 2022) Article 103774

Lisa J. Krüger Amilcar Tanuri Claudia M. Denkinger


27. The antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 Beta underscores the antigenic distance to other variants

Cell Host & Microbe 27 November 2021 Volume 30, Issue 1 (Cover date: 12 January 2022) Pages 53-68.e12

Chang Liu Daming Zhou Gavin R. Screaton


28. Electrochemical immunosensor for rapid and highly sensitive detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigen in the nasal sample

Talanta 5 January 2022 Volume 240 (Cover date: 1 April 2022) Article 123211

Mohammad Mehmandoust Z. Pinar Gumus Nevin Erk


29. Evaluation of serological anti-SARS-CoV-2 chemiluminescent immunoassays correlated to live virus neutralization test, for the detection of anti-RBD antibodies as a relevant alternative in COVID-19 large-scale neutralizing activity monitoring

Clinical Immunology 29 December 2021 Volume 234 (Cover date: January 2022) Article 108918

Antonio Cristiano Massimo Pieri Marzia Nuccetelli


30. Detailed epitope mapping of SARS-CoV-2 nucleoprotein reveals specific immunoresponse in cats and dogs housed with COVID-19 patients

Research in Veterinary Science 4 January 2022 Volume 143 (Cover date: March 2022) Pages 81-87

Barbara Colitti Francesco Bonfante Sergio Rosati


31. Association between FY*02N.01 and the severity of COVID-19: Initial observations

Hematology, Transfusion and Cell Therapy Available online 21 January 2022 In press, corrected proof

Marina C. A. V. Conrado Marcia R. Dezan Carla Luana Dinardo


32. Clinical sensitivity of rapid antigen test during a COVID-19 outbreak in Taipei, May to June 2021

Journal of the Formosan Medical Association Available online 28 March 2022 In press, journal pre-proof

Yung-Feng Yen Hsiao-Yun Hu Ya-Ling Lee


33. HLA variation and antigen presentation in COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 infection

Current Opinion in Immunology Available online 25 March 2022 In press, journal pre-proof Article 102178

Danillo G. Augusto Jill A. Hollenbach


34. Different performance of three point-of-care SARS-CoV-2 antigen detection devices in symptomatic patients and close asymptomatic contacts: a real-life study

Clinical Microbiology and Infection Available online 21 February 2022 In press, corrected proof

Pilar Escribano Ana-Erika Sánchez-Pulido Jesús Guinea


35. Prospective evaluation of the point-of-care use of a rapid antigenic SARS-CoV-2 immunochromatographic test in a paediatric emergency department

Clinical Microbiology and Infection Available online 20 January 2022 In press, corrected proof

Quentin Ollier Sylvie Pillet Aymeric Cantais


36. Evaluation of the rapid antigen detection test STANDARD F COVID-19 Ag FIA for diagnosing SARS-CoV-2: Experience from an Emergency Department

Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious DiseaseAvailable online 18 March 2022 In press, journal pre-proofArticle 115683

Sergio García-Fernández Daniel Pablo-Marcos Jorge Calvo


37. A prospective clinical evaluation of the diagnostic accuracy of the SARS-CoV-2 rapid antigen test using anterior nasal samples

Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy Available online 24 February 2022 In press, corrected proof

Yusaku Akashi Michiko Horie Hiromichi Suzuki


38. Rapid antigen assays for SARS-CoV-2: Promise and peril

Clinics in Laboratory Medicine Available online 4 March 2022 In press, journal pre-proof

Thao T. Truong Jennifer Dien Bard Susan M. Butler-Wu


39. Rapid antigen testing for SARS-CoV-2 infection in a university setting in Ireland: Learning from a 6-week pilot study

Public Health in Practice Available online 3 April 2022 In press, journal pre-proof Article 100255

Gerald Barry Catherine Mc CarneySimon J. More


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