There is potential for a pan-coronavirus vaccination since people who have a greater immune response to the coronaviruses
that produce symptoms similar to the common cold may be more protected against covid-19.
Before covid-19 surfaced, Ricardo Da Silva Antunes of the La Jolla Institute for Immunology in California
Over the course of six months to three years, each subject had many samples taken. The research team was interested in how these samples' immune cells
There are seven coronavirus strains that are known to infect people. Four of them produce symptoms resembling the common cold
In the most recent trial, peptides—strings of amino acids—from various coronaviruses were mixed with the patients' blood.
The body normally recognises a virus's peptides to start an immune response.
According to Antunes, if these coronaviruses that resemble the common cold trigger similar immunological reactions