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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

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1 [GO] Open Biology 2021―Oct―13 Malaria, COVID-19 and angiotensin-converting enzyme 2: what does the available population data say? A. De, M. Dash, A. Tiwari, A. Sinha
2 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Formal and informal science advice in emergencies: COVID-19 in the UK Christopher J. M. Whitty, Luke B. Collet-Fenson
3 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 How COVID-19 has changed medical research funding Patrick F. Chinnery, Jonathan J. Pearce, Anna M. Kinsey, Joanna M. Jenkinson, Glenn Wells, Fiona M. Watt
4 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Pandemic drugs at pandemic speed: infrastructure for accelerating COVID-19 drug discovery with hybrid machine learning- and physics-based simulations on high-performance computers Agastya P. Bhati, Shunzhou Wan, Dario Alfè, Austin R. Clyde, Mathis Bode, Li Tan, et al. (+23)
5 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 COVID-19, circadian rhythms and sleep: from virology to chronobiology Zulian Liu, Sharlene Ting, Xiaodong Zhuang
6 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Personal observations on COVID-19 and the conduct and application of biomedical science J. C. Smith, David W. Goodhew
7 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Our mutual fiends: cancer research in a time of COVID-19 K. Dabin
8 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Miasmas, mental models and preventive public health: some philosophical reflections on science in the COVID-19 pandemic Trisha Greenhalgh
9 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 A year of living distantly: global trends in the use of stay-at-home orders over the first 12 months of the COVID-19 pandemic Toby Phillips, Yuxi Zhang, Anna Petherick
10 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Insights into the impact on daily life of the COVID-19 pandemic and effective coping strategies from free-text analysis of people's collective experiences Adam Hampshire, Peter J. Hellyer, William Trender, Samuel R. Chamberlain
11 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 What the COVID-19 pandemic reveals about science, policy and society Philip Ball
12 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 The COVID-19 pandemic: when science collided with politics, culture and the human imagination Roger Highfield
13 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Locating disease spread: cholera to coronavirus and the art of the image Katy Barrett, Geoffrey Belknap
14 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Imaging and visualizing SARS-CoV-2 in a new era for structural biology Kendra E. Leigh, Yorgo Modis
15 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: remaining uncertainties in our understanding of the epidemiology and transmission dynamics of the virus, and challenges to be overcome Roy M. Anderson, Carolin Vegvari, T. Déirdre Hollingsworth, Li Pi, Rosie Maddren, Chi Wai Ng, Rebecca F. Baggaley
16 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Imagining pandemics now, and then: a century of medical failure Mark Honigsbaum
17 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 New ways: the pandemics of science fiction Glyn Morgan
18 [GO] Interface Focus 2021―Oct―11 Acquiring infection: the challenges of collecting epidemics and pandemics, past, present and future S. Emmens, N. McEnroe
19 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Oct―06 Ascertaining the initiation of epidemic resurgences: an application to the COVID-19 second surges in Europe and the Northeast United States Jose M. G. Vilar, Leonor Saiz
20 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―30 The use of nanobodies in a sensitive ELISA test for SARS-CoV-2 Spike 1 protein Georgina C. Girt, Abirami Lakshminarayanan, Jiandong Huo, Joshua Dormon, Chelsea Norman, Babak Afrough, et al. (+4)
21 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―29 Vaccination and testing of the border workforce for COVID-19 and risk of community outbreaks: a modelling study Michael J. Plank, Rachelle N. Binny, Shaun C. Hendy, Audrey Lustig, Kannan Ridings
22 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Sep―29 Which features of an outpatient treatment for COVID-19 would be most important for pandemic control? A modelling study Jean-Philippe Lanoix, Youcef Mammeri, Jean-Luc Schmit, Michel Lefranc
23 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―29 Age differences in COVID-19 risk-taking, and the relationship with risk attitude and numerical ability Kelly Wolfe, Miroslav Sirota, Alasdair D. F. Clarke
24 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Sep―15 SUIHTER : a new mathematical model for COVID-19. Application to the analysis of the second epidemic outbreak in Italy N. Parolini, L. Dede’, P. F. Antonietti, G. Ardenghi, A. Manzoni, E. Miglio, et al. (+3)
25 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―15 Pupils returning to primary schools in England during 2020: rapid estimations of punctual COVID-19 infection rates W. P. Aspinall, R. S. J. Sparks, M. J. Woodhouse, R. M. Cooke, J. H. Scarrow
26 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―15 A Bayesian method for synthesizing multiple diagnostic outcomes of COVID-19 tests Lirong Cao, Shi Zhao, Qi Li, Lowell Ling, William K. K. Wu, Lin Zhang, et al. (+8)
27 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―14 Moral responses to the COVID-19 crisis Joaquin Navajas, Facundo Álvarez Heduan, Gerry Garbulsky, Enzo Tagliazucchi, Dan Ariely, Mariano Sigman
28 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―08 Assessing the impact of widespread respirator use in curtailing COVID-19 transmission in the USA Calistus N. Ngonghala, James R. Knitter, Lucas Marinacci, Matthew H. Bonds, Abba B. Gumel
29 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―08 Optimal shutdown strategies for COVID-19 with economic and mortality costs: British Columbia as a case study M. T. Barlow, N. D. Marshall, R. C. Tyson
30 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―08 Social touch deprivation during COVID-19: effects on psychological wellbeing and craving interpersonal touch Mariana von Mohr, Louise P. Kirsch, Aikaterini Fotopoulou
31 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Sep―07 The rapid, massive growth of COVID-19 authors in the scientific literature John P. A. Ioannidis, Maia Salholz-Hillel, Kevin W. Boyack, Jeroen Baas
32 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Sep―01 Comparison between one and two dose SARS-CoV-2 vaccine prioritization for a fixed number of vaccine doses Edward M. Hill, Matt J. Keeling
33 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―Aug―25 The impact of long-term non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 epidemic dynamics and control: the value and limitations of early models Marissa L. Childs, Morgan P. Kain, Mallory J. Harris, Devin Kirk, Lisa Couper, Nicole Nova, et al. (+4)
34 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Aug―25 A data driven agent-based model that recommends non-pharmaceutical interventions to suppress Coronavirus disease 2019 resurgence in megacities Ling Yin, Hao Zhang, Yuan Li, Kang Liu, Tianmu Chen, Wei Luo, et al. (+10)
35 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―11 Efficient Bayesian inference of fully stochastic epidemiological models with applications to COVID-19 Yuting I. Li, Günther Turk, Paul B. Rohrbach, Patrick Pietzonka, Julian Kappler, Rajesh Singh, et al. (+9)
36 [GO] Biology Letters 2021―Aug―11 Impact factors and COVID-19 David Beerling
37 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―11 Comparing antiviral strategies against COVID-19 via multiscale within-host modelling F. Fatehi, R. J. Bingham, E. C. Dykeman, P. G. Stockley, R. Twarock
38 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―11 A model of the innate immune response to SARS-CoV-2 in the alveolar epithelium R. N. Leander, Y. Wu, W. Ding, D. E. Nelson, Z. Sinkala
39 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―11 Tracking the COVID-19 crisis with high-resolution transaction data Vasco M. Carvalho, Juan R. Garcia, Stephen Hansen, Álvaro Ortiz, Tomasa Rodrigo, José V. Rodríguez Mora, Pep Ruiz
40 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―04 Modelling COVID-19 outbreaks in USA with distinct testing, lockdown speed and fatigue rates J. C. Macdonald, C. Browne, H. Gulbudak
41 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Aug―04 SARS-CoV-2 infection in UK university students: lessons from September-December 2020 and modelling insights for future student return Jessica Enright, Edward M. Hill, Helena B. Stage, Kirsty J. Bolton, Emily J. Nixon, Emma L. Fairbanks, et al. (+8)
42 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Aug―03 A multi-layer model for the early detection of COVID-19 Erez Shmueli, Ronen Mansuri, Matan Porcilan, Tamar Amir, Lior Yosha, Matan Yechezkel, et al. (+4)
43 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Aug―03 Socio-economic determinants of mobility responses during the first wave of COVID-19 in Italy: from provinces to neighbourhoods Laetitia Gauvin, Paolo Bajardi, Emanuele Pepe, Brennan Lake, Filippo Privitera, Michele Tizzoni
44 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jul―28 The risk for a new COVID-19 wave and how it depends on R 0 , the current immunity level and current restrictions Tom Britton, Pieter Trapman, Frank Ball
45 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―Jul―21 Improving pandemic mitigation policies across communities through coupled dynamics of risk perception and infection M. J. Silk, S. Carrignon, R. A. Bentley, N. H. Fefferman
46 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jul―20 SARS-CoV-2 screening: effectiveness and risk of increasing transmission Jordan P. Skittrall
47 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jul―14 Vaccine escape in a heterogeneous population: insights for SARS-CoV-2 from a simple model Julia R. Gog, Edward M. Hill, Leon Danon, Robin N. Thompson
48 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jul―14 Weekly population testing could stop this pandemic and prevent the next Julian Peto
49 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jul―07 The limitations of polling data in understanding public support for COVID-19 lockdown policies Colin M. G. Foad, Lorraine Whitmarsh, Paul H. P. Hanel, Geoffrey Haddock
50 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―23 Reply to comment on Peto et al . (2020): Weekly COVID-19 testing with household quarantine and contact tracing is feasible and would probably end the epidemic Julian Peto
51 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―23 Comment: weekly COVID-19 testing with household quarantine and contact tracing is feasible and would probably end the epidemic M. J. Plank, A. James, N. Steyn
52 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―16 Modelling the impact of travel restrictions on COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador Amy Hurford, Proton Rahman, J. Concepción Loredo-Osti
53 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jun―15 Efficient and effective single-step screening of individual samples for SARS-CoV-2 RNA using multi-dimensional pooling and Bayesian inference Juliana Sobczyk, Michael T. Pyne, Adam Barker, Jeanmarie Mayer, Kimberly E. Hanson, Matthew H. Samore, Rodrigo Noriega
54 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―09 Optimal governance and implementation of vaccination programmes to contain the COVID-19 pandemic Mahendra Piraveenan, Shailendra Sawleshwarkar, Michael Walsh, Iryna Zablotska, Samit Bhattacharyya, Habib Hassan Farooqui, et al. (+8)
55 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―09 The ecological dynamics of the coronavirus epidemics during transmission from outside sources when R 0 is successfully managed below one Steinar Engen, Huaiyu Tian, Ruifu Yang, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Jason D. Whittington, Nils Chr. Stenseth
56 [GO] Open Biology 2021―Jun―08 Exploring the therapeutic potential of forkhead box O for outfoxing COVID-19 Pradeep Singh Cheema, Deeptashree Nandi, Alo Nag
57 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jun―02 The trade-off between mobility and vaccination for COVID-19 control: a metapopulation modelling approach Fernando Saldaña, Jorge X. Velasco-Hernández
58 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jun―01 Differential effects of COVID-19 lockdowns on well-being: interaction between age, gender and chronotype Shay Oved, Merav Mofaz, Anat Lan, Haim Einat, Noga Kronfeld-Schor, Dan Yamin, Erez Shmueli
59 [GO] Open Biology 2021―Jun―01 Epidemiological profiles and associated risk factors of SARS-CoV-2 positive patients based on a high-throughput testing facility in India Sumit Malhotra, Manju Rahi, Payal Das, Rini Chaturvedi, Jyoti Chhibber-Goel, Anup Anvikar, et al. (+7)
60 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Mapping social distancing measures to the reproduction number for COVID-19 Ellen Brooks-Pollock, Jonathan M. Read, Angela R. McLean, Matt J. Keeling, Leon Danon
61 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV (COVID-19): early estimation of epidemiological parameters and epidemic size estimates Jonathan M. Read, Jessica R. E. Bridgen, Derek A. T. Cummings, Antonia Ho, Chris P. Jewell
62 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Real-time nowcasting and forecasting of COVID-19 dynamics in England: the first wave Paul Birrell, Joshua Blake, Edwin van Leeuwen, Nick Gent, Daniela De Angelis
63 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Real-time monitoring of COVID-19 dynamics using automated trend fitting and anomaly detection Thibaut Jombart, Stéphane Ghozzi, Dirk Schumacher, Timothy J. Taylor, Quentin J. Leclerc, Mark Jit, et al. (+10)
64 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 The impact of school reopening on the spread of COVID-19 in England Matt J. Keeling, Michael J. Tildesley, Benjamin D. Atkins, Bridget Penman, Emma Southall, Glen Guyver-Fletcher, et al. (+5)
65 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Exploring surveillance data biases when estimating the reproduction number: with insights into subpopulation transmission of COVID-19 in England Katharine Sherratt, Sam Abbott, Sophie R. Meakin, Joel Hellewell, James D. Munday, Nikos Bosse, et al. (+2)
66 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 The impact of testing and infection prevention and control strategies on within-hospital transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in English hospitals Stephanie Evans, Emily Agnew, Emilia Vynnycky, James Stimson, Alex Bhattacharya, Christopher Rooney, et al. (+2)
67 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Shut and re-open: the role of schools in the spread of COVID-19 in Europe Helena B. Stage, Joseph Shingleton, Sanmitra Ghosh, Francesca Scarabel, Lorenzo Pellis, Thomas Finnie
68 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Estimates of regional infectivity of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom following imposition of social distancing measures Robert Challen, Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova, Martin Pitt, Tom Edwards, Luke Gompels, Lucas Lacasa, et al. (+2)
69 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Segmentation and shielding of the most vulnerable members of the population as elements of an exit strategy from COVID-19 lockdown Bram A. D. van Bunnik, Alex L. K. Morgan, Paul R. Bessell, Giles Calder-Gerver, Feifei Zhang, Samuel Haynes, et al. (+10)
70 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 The population attributable fraction of cases due to gatherings and groups with relevance to COVID-19 mitigation strategies Ellen Brooks-Pollock, Jonathan M. Read, Thomas House, Graham F. Medley, Matt J. Keeling, Leon Danon
71 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Optimizing time-limited non-pharmaceutical interventions for COVID-19 outbreak control Alex L. K. Morgan, Mark E. J. Woolhouse, Graham F. Medley, Bram A. D. van Bunnik
72 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Modelling that shaped the early COVID-19 pandemic response in the UK Ellen Brooks-Pollock, Leon Danon, Thibaut Jombart, Lorenzo Pellis
73 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 A spatial model of COVID-19 transmission in England and Wales: early spread, peak timing and the impact of seasonality Leon Danon, Ellen Brooks-Pollock, Mick Bailey, Matt Keeling
74 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Household bubbles and COVID-19 transmission: insights from percolation theory Leon Danon, Lucas Lacasa, Ellen Brooks-Pollock
75 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Challenges in control of COVID-19: short doubling time and long delay to effect of interventions Lorenzo Pellis, Francesca Scarabel, Helena B. Stage, Christopher E. Overton, Lauren H. K. Chappell, Elizabeth Fearon, et al. (+4)
76 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Engagement and adherence trade-offs for SARS-CoV-2 contact tracing Tim C. D. Lucas, Emma L. Davis, Diepreye Ayabina, Anna Borlase, Thomas Crellen, Li Pi, et al. (+5)
77 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Using a household-structured branching process to analyse contact tracing in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic Martyn Fyles, Elizabeth Fearon, Christopher Overton, Tom Wingfield, Graham F. Medley, Ian Hall, et al. (+2)
78 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―May―31 Dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 with waning immunity in the UK population Thomas Crellen, Li Pi, Emma L. Davis, Timothy M. Pollington, Tim C. D. Lucas, Diepreye Ayabina, et al. (+6)
79 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―May―19 Covid-19: predictive mathematical formulae for the number of deaths during lockdown and possible scenarios for the post-lockdown period Athanassios S. Fokas, Nikolaos Dikaios, George A. Kastis
80 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―May―19 Interventions targeting non-symptomatic cases can be important to prevent local outbreaks: SARS-CoV-2 as a case study Francesca A. Lovell-Read, Sebastian Funk, Uri Obolski, Christl A. Donnelly, Robin N. Thompson
81 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―May―12 Assessing risk in the retail environment during the COVID-19 pandemic C. Budd, K. Calvert, S. Johnson, S. O. Tickle
82 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―May―12 Modelling the impact of shutdowns on resurging SARS-CoV-2 transmission in Canada Victoria Ng, Aamir Fazil, Lisa A. Waddell, Patricia Turgeon, Ainsley Otten, Nicholas H. Ogden
83 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―May―05 Effect of manual and digital contact tracing on COVID-19 outbreaks: a study on empirical contact data A. Barrat, C. Cattuto, M. Kivelä, S. Lehmann, J. Saramäki
84 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Apr―28 Modelling the impact of household size distribution on the transmission dynamics of COVID-19 Pengyu Liu, Lisa McQuarrie, Yexuan Song, Caroline Colijn
85 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Apr―28 From bad to worse: airline boarding changes in response to COVID-19 T. Islam, M. Sadeghi Lahijani, A. Srinivasan, S. Namilae, A. Mubayi, M. Scotch
86 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―Apr―28 Five approaches to the suppression of SARS-CoV-2 without intensive social distancing John M. Drake, Kyle Dahlin, Pejman Rohani, Andreas Handel
87 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Apr―21 Communicating personalized risks from COVID-19: guidelines from an empirical study Alexandra L. J. Freeman, John Kerr, Gabriel Recchia, Claudia R. Schneider, Alice C. E. Lawrence, Leila Finikarides, et al. (+3)
88 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Apr―20 Managing the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak from border arrivals Nicholas Steyn, Michael J. Plank, Alex James, Rachelle N. Binny, Shaun C. Hendy, Audrey Lustig
89 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Apr―20 Time variation in the probability of failing to detect a case of polymerase chain reaction testing for SARS-CoV-2 as estimated from a viral dynamics model Keisuke Ejima, Kwang Su Kim, Shoya Iwanami, Yasuhisa Fujita, Ming Li, Roger S. Zoh, et al. (+4)
90 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Apr―14 School closures reduced social mixing of children during COVID-19 with implications for transmission risk and school reopening policies Jennifer R. Head, Kristin L. Andrejko, Qu Cheng, Philip A. Collender, Sophie Phillips, Anna Boser, et al. (+8)
91 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Apr―07 Better strategies for containing COVID-19 pandemic: a study of 25 countries via a vSIADR model Han Yan, Yuru Zhu, Jia Gu, Yaxuan Huang, Haoxuan Sun, Xinyu Zhang, et al. (+3)
92 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Mar―31 Modelling COVID-19 contagion: risk assessment and targeted mitigation policies Rama Cont, Artur Kotlicki, Renyuan Xu
93 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Mar―31 Projecting a second wave of COVID-19 in Japan with variable interventions in high-risk settings Sung-mok Jung, Akira Endo, Ryo Kinoshita, Hiroshi Nishiura
94 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Mar―31 COVID-19 policy analysis: labour structure dictates lockdown mobility behaviour Samuel Heroy, Isabella Loaiza, Alex Pentland, Neave O’Clery
95 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Mar―31 Role of high-dose exposure in transmission hot zones as a driver of SARS-CoV-2 dynamics Dominik Wodarz, Natalia L. Komarova, Luis M. Schang
96 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Mar―22 SARS-CoV-2 transmission and control in a hospital setting: an individual-based modelling study Qimin Huang, Anirban Mondal, Xiaobing Jiang, Mary Ann Horn, Fei Fan, Peng Fu, et al. (+4)
97 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Mar―17 Estimating COVID-19 cases and outbreaks on-stream through phone calls Ezequiel Alvarez, Daniela Obando, Sebastian Crespo, Enio Garcia, Nicolas Kreplak, Franco Marsico
98 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Mar―17 Estimating the state of the COVID-19 epidemic in France using a model with memory Raphaël Forien, Guodong Pang, Étienne Pardoux
99 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Mar―17 COVID-19 hospitalization rates rise exponentially with age, inversely proportional to thymic T-cell production Sam Palmer, Nik Cunniffe, Ruairí Donnelly
100 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Mar―17 The ventilation of buildings and other mitigating measures for COVID-19: a focus on wintertime Henry C. Burridge, Rajesh K. Bhagat, Marc E. J. Stettler, Prashant Kumar, Ishanki De Mel, Panagiotis Demis, et al. (+24)
101 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2021―Mar―10 Rapid behavioural response of urban birds to COVID-19 lockdown Oscar Gordo, Lluís Brotons, Sergi Herrando, Gabriel Gargallo
102 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―24 Automated contact tracing: a game of big numbers in the time of COVID-19 Hyunju Kim, Ayan Paul
103 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Feb―24 Cost and social distancing dynamics in a mathematical model of COVID-19 with application to Ontario, Canada I. R. Moyles, J. M. Heffernan, J. D. Kong
104 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―24 Trade-offs between mobility restrictions and transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Martijn Gösgens, Teun Hendriks, Marko Boon, Wim Steenbakkers, Hans Heesterbeek, Remco van der Hofstad, Nelly Litvak
105 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―23 Effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions to contain COVID-19: a case study of the 2020 spring pandemic wave in New York City Wan Yang, Jaimie Shaff, Jeffrey Shaman
106 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―17 Infection, inflammation and intervention: mechanistic modelling of epithelial cells in COVID-19 Nabil T. Fadai, Rahil Sachak-Patwa, Helen M. Byrne, Philip K. Maini, Mona Bafadhel, Dan V. Nicolau
107 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Feb―11 Effectiveness and feasibility of convalescent blood transfusion to reduce COVID-19 fatality ratio Xi Huo, Xiaodan Sun, Nicola Bragazzi, Jianhong Wu
108 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Feb―11 Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey Andreas Lieberoth, Shiang-Yi Lin, Sabrina Stöckli, Hyemin Han, Marta Kowal, Rebekah Gelpi, et al. (+6)
109 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―10 Modelling and predicting the effect of social distancing and travel restrictions on COVID-19 spreading Francesco Parino, Lorenzo Zino, Maurizio Porfiri, Alessandro Rizzo
110 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Feb―03 A scaling investigation of pattern in the spread of COVID-19: universality in real data and a predictive analytical description Subir K. Das
111 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Feb―03 Trajectory of individual immunity and vaccination required for SARS-CoV-2 community immunity: a conceptual investigation Chadi M. Saad-Roy, Simon A. Levin, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Bryan T. Grenfell
112 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jan―28 Analysing the impact of global demographic characteristics over the COVID-19 spread using class rule mining and pattern matching Wasiq Khan, Abir Hussain, Sohail Ahmed Khan, Mohammed Al-Jumailey, Raheel Nawaz, Panos Liatsis
113 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―27 Diffusion segregation and the disproportionate incidence of COVID-19 in African American communities Aleix Bassolas, Sandro Sousa, Vincenzo Nicosia
114 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jan―27 A novel approach for evaluating contact patterns and risk mitigation strategies for COVID-19 in English primary schools with application of structured expert judgement R. S. J. Sparks, W. P. Aspinall, E. Brooks-Pollock, R. M. Cooke, L. Danon, J. Barclay, et al. (+2)
115 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―27 The benefits of peer transparency in safe workplace operation post pandemic lockdown Arkady Wey, Alan Champneys, Rosemary J. Dyson, Nisreen A. Alwan, Mary Barker
116 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Jan―27 Simulation of pandemics in real cities: enhanced and accurate digital laboratories A. Alexiadis, A. Albano, A. Rahmat, M. Yildiz, A. Kefal, M. Ozbulut, et al. (+4)
117 [GO] Open Biology 2021―Jan―20 Viral pathogenesis of SARS-CoV-2 infection and male reproductive health Shubhadeep Roychoudhury, Anandan Das, Niraj Kumar Jha, Kavindra Kumar Kesari, Shatabhisha Roychoudhury, Saurabh Kumar Jha, et al. (+6)
118 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―20 Spread of COVID-19 in urban neighbourhoods and slums of the developing world Anand Sahasranaman, Henrik Jeldtoft Jensen
119 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2021―Jan―11 Disparate patterns of movements and visits to points of interest located in urban hotspots across US metropolitan cities during COVID-19 Qingchun Li, Liam Bessell, Xin Xiao, Chao Fan, Xinyu Gao, Ali Mostafavi
120 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2021―Jan―06 An agent-based model of the interrelation between the COVID-19 outbreak and economic activities Takeshi Kano, Kotaro Yasui, Taishi Mikami, Munehiro Asally, Akio Ishiguro
121 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―06 Risk mapping for COVID-19 outbreaks in Australia using mobility data Cameron Zachreson, Lewis Mitchell, Michael J. Lydeamore, Nicolas Rebuli, Martin Tomko, Nicholas Geard
122 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―06 Surface interactions and viability of coronaviruses Mehmet Onur Aydogdu, Esra Altun, Etelka Chung, Guogang Ren, Shervanthi Homer-Vanniasinkam, Biqiong Chen, Mohan Edirisinghe
123 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2021―Jan―06 Computational analysis of dynamic allostery and control in the SARS-CoV-2 main protease Igors Dubanevics, Tom C. B. McLeish
124 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2020―Dec―23 A statistical theory of the strength of epidemics: an application to the Italian COVID-19 case Gabriele Pisano, Gianni Royer-Carfagni
125 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Dec―16 Mobile device location data reveal human mobility response to state-level stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA Chenfeng Xiong, Songhua Hu, Mofeng Yang, Hannah Younes, Weiyu Luo, Sepehr Ghader, Lei Zhang
126 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Dec―15 A parsimonious approach for spatial transmission and heterogeneity in the COVID-19 propagation L. Roques, O. Bonnefon, V. Baudrot, S. Soubeyrand, H. Berestycki
127 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Dec―02 SI epidemic model applied to COVID-19 data in mainland China J. Demongeot, Q. Griette, P. Magal
128 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Dec―01 Vitamin D and COVID-19: evidence and recommendations for supplementation George Griffin, Martin Hewison, Julian Hopkin, Rose Kenny, Richard Quinton, Jonathan Rhodes, et al. (+2)
129 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Nov―26 The scale and dynamics of COVID-19 epidemics across Europe Christopher Dye, Russell C. H. Cheng, John S. Dagpunar, Brian G. Williams
130 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Nov―25 Inference of COVID-19 epidemiological distributions from Brazilian hospital data Iwona Hawryluk, Thomas A. Mellan, Henrique Hoeltgebaum, Swapnil Mishra, Ricardo P. Schnekenberg, Charles Whittaker, et al. (+5)
131 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Nov―25 Assessing the strength of case growth trends in the coronavirus pandemic Levente Kriston
132 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Nov―18 Robust estimates of the true (population) infection rate for COVID-19: a backcasting approach Steven J. Phipps, R. Quentin Grafton, Tom Kompas
133 [GO] Biology Letters 2020―Nov―18 The ecological consequences of a pandemic Julia C. Buck, Sara B. Weinstein
134 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Nov―11 Age separation dramatically reduces COVID-19 mortality rate in a computational model of a large population Liron Mizrahi, Huda Adwan Shekhidem, Shani Stern
135 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2020―Nov―04 Microfluidic devices for the detection of viruses: aspects of emergency fabrication during the COVID-19 pandemic and other outbreaks José Alvim Berkenbrock, Rafaela Grecco-Machado, Sven Achenbach
136 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2020―Nov―04 Parallels, differences and lessons: a comparison of the management of foot-and-mouth disease and COVID-19 using UK 2001/2020 as points of reference Keith Sumption, Theodore J. D. Knight-Jones, Melissa McLaws, David J. Paton
137 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Oct―14 Susceptibility to misinformation about COVID-19 around the world Jon Roozenbeek, Claudia R. Schneider, Sarah Dryhurst, John Kerr, Alexandra L. J. Freeman, Gabriel Recchia, et al. (+2)
138 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Oct―07 Effects of information-induced behavioural changes during the COVID-19 lockdowns: the case of Italy Bruno Buonomo, Rossella Della Marca
139 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―30 Displacement ventilation: a viable ventilation strategy for makeshift hospitals and public buildings to contain COVID-19 and other airborne diseases Rajesh K. Bhagat, P. F. Linden
140 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―30 A COVID-19 descriptive study of life after lockdown in Wuhan, China Tong Zhou, Thuy-vy Thi Nguyen, Jiayi Zhong, Junsheng Liu
141 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―30 Prevalence of post-traumatic symptomatology and anxiety among residential nursing and care home workers following the first COVID-19 outbreak in Northern Italy Marianna Riello, Marianna Purgato, Chiara Bove, David MacTaggart, Elena Rusconi
142 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―30 Evolutionary game theory modelling to represent the behavioural dynamics of economic shutdowns and shield immunity in the COVID-19 pandemic K. M. Ariful Kabir, Jun Tanimoto
143 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Sep―30 Patterns of the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world: exponential versus power laws Natalia L. Komarova, Luis M. Schang, Dominik Wodarz
144 [GO] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2020―Sep―27 Lower air pollution during COVID-19 lock-down: improving models and methods estimating ozone impacts on crops Frank Dentener, Lisa Emberson, Stefano Galmarini, Giovanni Cappelli, Anisoara Irimescu, Denis Mihailescu, et al. (+2)
145 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―23 Targeting the glycan of receptor binding domain with jacalin as a novel approach to develop a treatment against COVID-19 Senthilnathan Rajendaran, Arunchalam Jothi, Veerappan Anbazhagan
146 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―23 Warning ‘Don't spread’ versus ‘Don't be a spreader’ to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic Fumiya Yonemitsu, Ayumi Ikeda, Naoto Yoshimura, Kaito Takashima, Yuki Mori, Kyoshiro Sasaki, et al. (+2)
147 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―23 Super-spreading events initiated the exponential growth phase of COVID-19 with ℛ 0 higher than initially estimated Marek Kochańczyk, Frederic Grabowski, Tomasz Lipniacki
148 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―23 Possible fates of the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in the Mexican context I. Santamaría-Holek, V. Castaño
149 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Sep―22 Cytokine storm and COVID-19: a chronicle of pro-inflammatory cytokines Antonella Fara, Zan Mitrev, Rodney Alexander Rosalia, Bakri M. Assas
150 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―16 Changes in risk perception and self-reported protective behaviour during the first week of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States Toby Wise, Tomislav D. Zbozinek, Giorgia Michelini, Cindy C. Hagan, Dean Mobbs
151 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Sep―16 Designing of cytotoxic and helper T cell epitope map provides insights into the highly contagious nature of the pandemic novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 Seema Mishra
152 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Sep―08 Convalescent plasma therapy: a promising coronavirus disease 2019 treatment strategy Ravikant Piyush, Keshav Rajarshi, Rajni Khan, Shashikant Ray
153 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Sep―08 SARS-CoV-2 envelope protein topology in eukaryotic membranes Gerard Duart, Mª Jesús García-Murria, Brayan Grau, José M. Acosta-Cáceres, Luis Martínez-Gil, Ismael Mingarro
154 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Aug―27 Vascular underpinning of COVID-19 Vanessa Wazny, Anthony Siau, Kan Xing Wu, Christine Cheung
155 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2020―Aug―26 Revealing regional disparities in the transmission potential of SARS-CoV-2 from interventions in Southeast Asia Jue Tao Lim, Borame Sue Lee Dickens, Esther Li Wen Choo, Lawrence Zheng Xiong Chew, Joel Rui Han Koo, Clarence Tam, et al. (+2)
156 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Aug―25 The behavioural challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic: indirect measurements and personalized attitude changing treatments (IMPACT) Ilan Fischer, Shacked Avrashi, Tomer Oz, Rabab Fadul, Koral Gutman, Daniel Rubenstein, et al. (+3)
157 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Aug―24 A simulated single ventilator/dual patient ventilation strategy for acute respiratory distress syndrome during the COVID-19 pandemic José A. Solís-Lemus, Edward Costar, Denis Doorly, Eric C. Kerrigan, Caroline H. Kennedy, Frances Tait, et al. (+3)
158 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 2020―Aug―12 Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies Robin N. Thompson, T. Déirdre Hollingsworth, Valerie Isham, Daniel Arribas-Bel, Ben Ashby, Tom Britton, et al. (+37)
159 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Aug―12 Perceived efficacy of COVID-19 restrictions, reactions and their impact on mental health during the early phase of the outbreak in six countries Martin Jensen Mækelæ, Niv Reggev, Natalia Dutra, Ricardo M. Tamayo, Reinaldo A. Silva-Sobrinho, Kristoffer Klevjer, Gerit Pfuhl
160 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Aug―05 Mathematical models and deep learning for predicting the number of individuals reported to be infected with SARS-CoV-2 A. S. Fokas, N. Dikaios, G. A. Kastis
161 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Aug―04 Expression of SARS-CoV-2 receptor ACE2 and the protease TMPRSS2 suggests susceptibility of the human embryo in the first trimester Bailey A. T. Weatherbee, David M. Glover, Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz
162 [GO] Open Biology 2020―Jul―29 A new perspective for mitigation of SARS-CoV-2 infection: priming the innate immune system for viral attack Oren Kolodny, Michael Berger, Marcus W. Feldman, Yoav Ram
163 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Jul―22 Early spread of COVID-19 in Romania: imported cases from Italy and human-to-human transmission networks Marian-Gabriel Hâncean, Matjaž Perc, Jürgen Lerner
164 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Jul―22 Reconciling early-outbreak estimates of the basic reproductive number and its uncertainty: framework and applications to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak Sang Woo Park, Benjamin M. Bolker, David Champredon, David J. D. Earn, Michael Li, Joshua S. Weitz, et al. (+2)
165 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Jun―24 Weekly COVID-19 testing with household quarantine and contact tracing is feasible and would probably end the epidemic Julian Peto, James Carpenter, George Davey Smith, Stephen Duffy, Richard Houlston, David J. Hunter, et al. (+5)
166 [GO] Proceedings of the Royal Society A Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 2020―Jun―09 A modelling framework to assess the likely effectiveness of facemasks in combination with ‘lock-down’ in managing the COVID-19 pandemic Richard O. J. H. Stutt, Renata Retkute, Michael Bradley, Christopher A. Gilligan, John Colvin
167 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―Jun―09 Presence of mismatches between diagnostic PCR assays and coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 genome Kashif Aziz Khan, Peter Cheung
168 [GO] Royal Society Open Science 2020―May―13 Motivation and preference in isolation: a test of their different influences on responses to self-isolation during the COVID-19 outbreak Netta Weinstein, Thuy-Vy Nguyen
169 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Mar―18 Symbolic transfer entropy reveals the age structure of pandemic influenza transmission from high-volume influenza-like illness data Stephen M. Kissler, Cécile Viboud, Bryan T. Grenfell, Julia R. Gog
170 [GO] Journal of The Royal Society Interface 2020―Mar―04 Population implications of the deployment of novel universal vaccines against epidemic and pandemic influenza N. Arinaminpathy, S. Riley, W. S. Barclay, C. Saad-Roy, B. Grenfell


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