Winter the Llama: An Unlikely Hero in the Fight Against COVID-19

A new hero in the fight against COVID-19 has emerged: 4-year-old Winter, a llama that currently resides in the Belgian countryside. Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin, the National Institutes of Health and Ghent University in Belgium have recently published a study on how antibodies derived from llamas could ultimately be turned into a drug with life-saving…

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