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NIH Issues Research Findings Using Oral Health Sciences to Study COVID-19 Enzyme Processes

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has issued research findings showing that there is a particular enzyme process that may increase infectivity with novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cells.  NIH notes that researchers applied their expertise in the oral health sciences to answer key questions about COVID-19 that offer fresh insights into the greater infectivity of the Alpha and Delta variants and provide a framework for the development of future therapies.  To read the NIH announcement and summary of its research findings on enzyme processes that can increase COVID-19 infectivity, use the link below.