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几种COVID-19研究论文检索途径

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几种COVID-19研究论文检索途径

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新冠疫情爆发以来,已经有许多研究成果问世,了解研究动向,关注研究进展,对于新冠肺炎的治疗与防控具有重要意义。那么,那些途径可以检索到相关研究成果呢?下面介绍几种:

一、利用PubMed数据库进行检索

以“COVID-19”作为检索关键词进行检索,可以得到与“COVID-19”相关的文献超过2万条。下面摘录10篇,仅供参考。

Hyun J, You S, Sohn S, Kim SJ, Bae J, Baik M, Cho IH, Choi H, Choi KS, Chung CS, Jeong C, Joo H, Kim E, Kim H, Kim HS, Ko J, Lee JH, Lee SM, Lee SH, Chung US. Hyun J, et al. J Korean Med Sci. 2020 Jun 8;35(22):e211. doi: 10.3346/jkms.2020.35.e211. J Korean Med Sci. 2020. PMID: 32508070 Review.

As of April 18, 2020, there have been a total of 10,653 confirmed cases and 232 deaths due to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Korea. ...This study presented the anecdotal records that provided a detailed process of the multidisciplinary teamwork …

As of April 18, 2020, there have been a total of 10,653 confirmed cases and 232 deaths due to coronavirus disease 2019 (COV …


Therapeutic Temperature Modulation for a Critically Ill Patient with COVID-19.

Jeong HG, Lee Y, Song KH, Hwang IC, Kim ES, Cho YJ. Jeong HG, et al. J Korean Med Sci. 2020 Jun 8;35(22):e210. doi: 10.3346/jkms.2020.35.e210. J Korean Med Sci. 2020. PMID: 32508069

We report a rapidly deteriorating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patient, a-58-year-old woman, with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome and shock with hyperpyrexia up to 41.8°C, probably due to the cytokine storm …

We report a rapidly deteriorating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patient, a-58-year-old woman, with seve …


Defining Association between COVID-19 and the Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children through the Pandemic.

Kim YJ, Park H, Choi YY, Kim YK, Yoon Y, Kim KR, Choi EH. Kim YJ, et al. J Korean Med Sci. 2020 Jun 8;35(22):e204. doi: 10.3346/jkms.2020.35.e204. J Korean Med Sci. 2020.PMID: 32508068 No abstract available.


COVID-19 critical illness pathophysiology driven by diffuse pulmonary thrombi and pulmonary endothelial dysfunction responsive to thrombolysis.

Poor HD, Ventetuolo CE, Tolbert T, Chun G, Serrao G, Zeidman A, Dangayach NS, Olin J, Kohli-Seth R, Powell CA. Poor HD, et al. Clin Transl Med. 2020 May 13. doi: 10.1002/ctm2.44. Online ahead of print. Clin Transl Med. 2020. PMID: 32508062

Patients with severe COVID-19 disease have been characterized as having the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Critically ill COVID-19 patients have relatively well-preserved lung mechanics despite severe gas …

Patients with severe COVID-19 disease have been characterized as having the acute respiratory distress …


Significance of clinical phenomes of patients with COVID-19 infection: A learning from 3795 patients in 80 reports.

Zhang L, Wang DC, Huang Q, Wang X. Zhang L, et al. Clin Transl Med. 2020 Jan;10(1):28-35. doi: 10.1002/ctm2.17. Epub 2020 Apr 4. Clin Transl Med. 2020. PMID: 32508041

A new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has caused outbreaks in multiple countries and the number of cases is rapidly increasing through human-to-human transmission. Clinical phenomes of patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection are critical in dist …

A new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has caused outbreaks in multiple countries and the number of cases is rapidly incre …


Can routine laboratory tests discriminate SARS-CoV-2-infected pneumonia from other causes of community-acquired pneumonia?

Pan Y, Ye G, Zeng X, Liu G, Zeng X, Jiang X, Zhao J, Chen L, Guo S, Deng Q, Hong X, Yang Y, Li Y, Wang X. Pan Y, et al. Clin Transl Med. 2020 Jan;10(1):161-168. doi: 10.1002/ctm2.23. Clin Transl Med. 2020. PMID: 32508038

BACKGROUND: The clinical presentation of SARS-CoV-2-infected pneumonia (COVID-19) resembles that of other etiologies of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP). ...CONCLUSIONS: Routine laboratory examinations may be helpful for the diagnosis of CO …

BACKGROUND: The clinical presentation of SARS-CoV-2-infected pneumonia (COVID-19) resembles that of other …


10 A new and rapid approach for detecting COVID-19 based on S1 protein fragments.

Li H, Liu Z, He Y, Qi Y, Chen J, Ma Y, Liu F, Lai K, Zhang Y, Jiang L, Wang X, Ge J. Li H, et al. Clin Transl Med. 2020 Jun 5. doi: 10.1002/ctm2.90. Online ahead of print.Clin Transl Med. 2020. PMID: 32508026

The pandemic of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seriously threatened the public health all over the world. A colloidal gold immunochromatography assay for IgM/IgG antibodies against the receptor-binding domain of severe acute …

The pandemic of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seriously threatened the public health all over the wo …


二、arXiv预印本文库检索与COVID-19相关文献

通过arXiv预印本文库检索与COVID-19相关文献,可以得到检索结果1130条。2020年6月份刚刚上传的新论文10余篇,仅供参考。

  1. arXiv:2006.03476  [pdf

    physics.med-ph cs.LG q-bio.QM stat.ML

    COVID-19 diagnosis by routine blood tests using machine learning

    Authors: Matjaž KukarGregor GunčarTomaž VovkoSimon PodnarPeter ČernelčMiran BrvarMateja ZalaznikMateja NotarSašo MoškonMarko Notar

    AbstractPhysicians taking care of patients with coronavirus disease (COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 11 pages, 4 figures, 2 tables

    ACM Class: I.2.6; J.3

  2. arXiv:2006.03454  [pdf

    q-bio.PE physics.ao-ph

    Modulation of COVID-19 Epidemiology by UV-B and -A Photons from the Sun

    Authors: F. NicastroG. SironiE. AntonelloA. BiancoM. BiasinJ. R. BrucatoI. ErmolliG. PareschiM. SalvatiP. TozziD. TrabattoniM. Clerici

    AbstractSolar UV-C photons do not reach Earth's surface, but are known to be endowed with germicidal properties that are also effective on viruses. The effect of softer UV-B/A photons, which reach the Earth$'$s surface, on viruses are instead little studied and highly debated. Here we show that the evolution and strength of the recent SARS-Cov-2 pandemics, might have been modulated by the intensity of UV-… ▽ More

    Submitted 3 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: Submitted not yet peer reviewed, 14 pages, 6 figures

  3. arXiv:2006.03434  [pdfother

    cs.CY cs.AI cs.CV

    Artificial Intelligence-based Clinical Decision Support for COVID-19 -- Where Art Thou?

    Authors: Mathias UnberathKimia GhobadiScott LevinJeremiah HinsonGregory D Hager

    AbstractThe COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 5 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: Invited perspective piece on AI in the fight against COVID-19 to appear in Advanced Intelligent Systems

  4. arXiv:2006.03375  [pdfother

    q-bio.PE physics.soc-ph q-bio.QM

    COVID-19 Epidemic Study II: Phased Emergence From the Lockdown in Mumbai

    Authors: Prahladh HarshaSandeep JunejaPreetam PatilNihesh RathodRamprasad SaptharishiA. Y. SarathSharad SriramPiyush SrivastavaRajesh SundaresanNidhin Koshy Vaidhiyan

    AbstractThe nation-wide lockdown starting 25 March 2020, aimed at suppressing the spread of the COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 5 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 34 pages

  5. arXiv:2006.03360  [pdfother

    stat.AP physics.soc-ph

    The identification of spatially constrained homogeneous clusters of Covid-19 transmission

    Authors: Roberto BenedettiFederica PiersimoniGiacomo PignataroFrancesco Vidoli

    AbstractThe paper introduces an approach to identify a set of spatially constrained homogeneous areas maximally homogeneous in terms of epidemic trends. The proposed hierarchical algorithm is based on the Dynamic TimeWarping distances between epidemic time trends where units are constrained by a spatial proximity graph. The paper includes two different applications of this approach to Italy, based on diff… ▽ More

    Submitted 5 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: Preliminary version

  6. arXiv:2006.03354  [pdfother

    cs.LG cs.CL cs.SI stat.ML

    Classification Aware Neural Topic Model and its Application on a New COVID-19 Disinformation Corpus

    Authors: Xingyi SongJohann PetrakYe JiangIknoor SinghDiana MaynardKalina Bontcheva

    AbstractThe explosion of disinformation related to the COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 5 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

  7. arXiv:2006.03202  [pdfother

    cs.CL cs.LG cs.SI

    Cross-lingual Transfer Learning for COVID-19 Outbreak Alignment

    Authors: Sharon LevyWilliam Yang Wang

    AbstractThe spread of COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

  8. arXiv:2006.03175  [pdfother

    q-bio.PE cs.MA cs.SI physics.soc-ph

    Simulating COVID-19 in a University Environment

    Authors: Philip T. GressmanJennifer R. Peck

    AbstractResidential colleges and universities face unique challenges in providing in-person instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Administrators are currently faced with decisions about whether to open during the pandemic and what modifications of their normal operations might be necessary to protect students, faculty and… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 29 pages, 8 figures

  9. arXiv:2006.03146  [pdf

    stat.AP physics.soc-ph

    COVID-19 Real-Time Tracker and Analytical Report

    Authors: Jiawei Long

    AbstractWhile the COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 19 pages, https://peterljw.shinyapps.io/covid_dashboard/

  10. arXiv:2006.03141  [pdf

    cs.SI physics.soc-ph stat.AP

    The relationship between human mobility and viral transmissibility during the COVID-19 epidemics in Italy

    Authors: Paolo CintiaDaniele FaddaFosca GiannottiLuca PappalardoGiulio RossettiDino PedreschiSalvo RinzivilloPietro BonatoFrancesco FabbriFrancesco PenoneMarcello SavareseDaniele ChecchiFrancesca ChiaromontePaolo VineisGiorgio GuzzettaFlavia RiccardoValentina MarzianoPiero PolettiFilippo Trentini,Antonino BellaXanthi AndrianouMartina Del MansoMassimo FabianiStefania BellinoStefano Boros , et al. (7 additional authors not shown)

    AbstractWe describe in this report our studies to understand the relationship between human mobility and the spreading of COVID-19, as an aid to manage the restart of the social and economic activities after the lockdown and monitor the epidemics in the coming weeks and months. We compare the evolution (from January to May 202…▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

  11. arXiv:2006.03140  [pdfother

    stat.ME stat.AP

    Identifiability and estimation under the test-negative design with population controls with the goal of identifying risk and preventive factors for SARS-CoV-2 infection

    Authors: Mireille E. SchnitzerDaphna HarelVikki HoAnita KoushikJoanna Merckx

    AbstractDue to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, quick public health investigations of the relationships between behaviours and infection risk are essential. Recently the test-negative design was proposed to recruit and survey participants who are being tested for SARS-CoV-2 infection in or…▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

  12. arXiv:2006.03110  [pdf

    q-bio.MN q-bio.QM

    SAveRUNNER: a network-based algorithm for drug repurposing and its application to COVID-19

    Authors: Giulia FisconFederica ConteGianpiero D'OffiziLorenzo FarinaPaola Paci

    AbstractThe novelty of new human coronavirus COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 42 pages, 9 figures

  13. arXiv:2006.03034  [pdfother

    q-bio.PE physics.soc-ph

    How the asymptomatic population is influencing the COVID-19 outbreak in India?

    Authors: Saptarshi ChatterjeeApurba SarkarMintu KarmakarSwarnajit ChatterjeeRaja Paul

    Abstract…the reported symptomatic cases. In this article, we take the reported cases in India and various states within the country as the specimen to understand the progression of the COVID-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

  14. arXiv:2006.02987  [pdf

    econ.EM physics.soc-ph q-bio.PE

    Evaluating the Effectiveness of Regional Lockdown Policies in the Containment of Covid-19: Evidence from Pakistan

    Authors: Hamza UmerMuhammad Salar Khan

    AbstractTo slow down the spread of Covid-… ▽ More

    Submitted 4 June, 2020; originally announced June 2020.

    Comments: 28 pages, 3 figures (in the main text), 5 tables (in the main text)

三、通过Wiley网站进行检索

威利公司(Wiley)正在使用其网站重点介绍与当前COVID-19疫情有关的所有免费新发布的内容,最新的与COVID-19相关的文章可以在此找到。从其页面的导航菜单,会找到过去几个月存档内容的链接,以及由一些个别期刊和组织汇编的特别收藏。除了这个网站,Wiley还将收集关于冠状病毒研究的期刊文章和书本中的章节,免费提供给全球科学界。下面摘引部分内容,仅供参考

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Asian Pacific Association of Gastroenterology (APAGE) Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Working Party guidelines on IBD management during the COVID‐19 pandemic

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