JPG77 Wednesday, 05/06/20 07:59:44 AM Re: A deleted message Post # of 119340 It's right there. All you had to do was look. "At study day zero, all ten critically ill patients received a subcutaneous 700mg injection of leronlimab following baseline blood collection. Because defining features of severe COVID-19 disease include plasma IL-6 and T cell lymphopenia2,19, and we observed >100-fold increased CCL5 levels compared to normal controls (Fig. 1d), we longitudinally monitored these parameters for two weeks after leronlimab treatment. A reduction of plasma IL-6 was observed as early as three days following leronlimab and returned to healthy control levels by day 14 (Fig. 2a). In contrast, more variable levels were observed with IL-1ß, IL-8, and CCL5 after leronlimab treatment (Supplementary Fig. 2). Following leronlimab administration, a marked restoration of CD8+ T cells (Fig. 2b) and a normalization of the CD4+ and CD8+ T cell ratio in blood was observed (Fig. 2c). These immunological changes occurred concomitant with full leronlimab CCR5 receptor occupancy on the surface of CCR5+ T cells and macrophages (Fig. 2d, 2e). Low levels of SARS-CoV-2 have been detected, but not yet quantified in the plasma of COVID-19 patients19. We used high sensitivity, digital droplet PCR to quantify plasma SARS-CoV-2 viremia at baseline. SARS-CoV-2 was found in the plasma of all ten critically ill patients, underscoring the severity of COVID-19 (Fig. 2f). Following leronlimab administration SARS-CoV-2 plasma viremia decreased in all patients at day seven, suggesting more effective anti-viral immunity following leronlimab-mediated CCR5 blockade." My comments are just my opinions and should NOT be taken as investment advice.