The European Animal Research Association has put together an interactive map to display the biomedical research currently underway across the world to find a cure for coronavirus.
In Germany, mice, monkeys, chickens, pigs, bats and ferrets are the animal models used to better understand Covid-19.
University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover - A human monoclonal antibody blocking SARS-CoV-2 infection
Hannover Medical School - Structure of Covid-19 protein as a basis for designing improved inhibitors
Helmholtz Center for Infection Research - Structure of Covid-19 protein as a basis for designing improved inhibitors
University of Marburg - Structure of Covid-19 protein as a basis for designing improved inhibitors
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin - Structure of Covid-19 protein as a basis for designing improved inhibitors
Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine - Various coronavirus research
University of Lübeck - Structure of Covid-19 protein as a basis for designing improved inhibitors
Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut - Infection studies on the role of farm animals and bats in the spread of Covid-19 and to study the potential use of ferrets as a suitable animal model
INFRAFRONTIER - Providing mouse research models
Drug Development & Vaccines
Photonics21 - New ‘saliva test’ to instantly detect coronavirus with lasers
BioNTech - Pre-clinical vaccine candidates
Covance - Animal research for efficacy and safety
German Primate Center – Leibniz Institute for Primate Research - Development of a COVID-19 drug
German Center for Infection Research - Development of vaccines
Technische Universität Braunschweig - Exploring novel therapies for coronavirus
University of Göttingen - Potential antibody treatments
EARA has used the World Health Organisation's recorded list of studies and has also received information from many other institutions after it sent out an appeal to its membership and stakeholders.
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