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Panel Discussion on "Where are we heading for diagnostics of COVID-19? " - Shared screen with speaker view
Sachin .
47:56
good evening all of u
silvia
48:24
Good evening
Rucha Chandwaskar
49:28
helo
Rucha Chandwaskar
49:30
lo
kaprisiddharth
50:22
hi
Sachin .
51:07
best vaccine for covid-19
Rucha Chandwaskar
56:25
Good evening to All…..My question is, the Anti-Ab detection rapid ELISA kit developed by NIV is for IgG detection, that are the memory Abs for patients with prolonged infection, but, is there any study done for IgM Ab detection that are the 1st defence line Abs by APCs….what are the hurdles
Dr. Parveen jahan
57:33
what is the window period for antibody test
Gautam Saripalli
58:59
How many times is RT PCR test needed to be repeated to make sure that the results are TRUE? I heard same person testing negative is positive when tested again..Is it true?
Gurunath katagi
01:02:13
What is the usual Turn Around Time for this RT-PCR and rapid testing results ?
Dr. Parveen jahan
01:08:55
is there heterogeneity in the infections what we are seeing in the same area. is that the reason for the variation seen in the severity.
Gautam Saripalli
01:25:03
There was a recent news report stating some correlation between swine flu and corona virus.States showing high swine flu cases earlier show maximum corona virus cases.How far this may be true?
RathinaKumar
01:25:05
For any newly developing molecular diagnostics, which targets are recommended? N-gene, M-gene or likewise?
Pratibha Verma
01:49:55
hi sir, thank you. I have question regarding vaccine, If till now no vaccines has been successfully developed, this raises a question over success of COVID 19? I would like to know from your rich experience how much it will be successful
Pratibha Verma
01:51:09
adding to it, which is the most appropriate strategy for vaccine? using protein ? attenuated virus or mixture of antigenic sites
2 JSS
01:52:06
I think you missed, Ashwani sir already explained
Pratibha Verma
01:52:59
ooh sorry , I can see the recoring if available ?
Dr. Parveen jahan
02:02:47
thanks for the interesting discussion by all the panalists
nitin
02:06:45
thanks for organizing the discussion. it's really very informative.
Anupama Mahajan
02:08:39
Thanks for organizing informative discussion
silvia
02:11:59
Which is the best choise for COVID-19 good quality detection at this stept of spreading disease?
Rucha Chandwaskar
02:13:42
Thank you for the good discussion to all panelists and organisers.
RathinaKumar
02:14:05
Thanks for the meeting!!
Dr Peera Kutagolla
02:14:48
thank you
Pushpendra Singh
02:15:45
thanks
Santosh kumari
02:15:47
Thank you all
Dr Visu IKP
02:16:02
Thank you all for sharing your views. Hopefully some of the obstacles will disappear for better scientific outcomes through colloboration with all the stake holders.