Andrew Fire and Massa Shourhem of Stanford University in the United States identified the genetic sequences used by both hrm Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and included the mRNA sequences of the vaccines in an article published on the open source Github website last week.
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Waste bottles are collected
The researchers said they only collected samples from bottles that were allowed to be disposed of by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and in very small doses. After sufficient samples were collected, a sequence of mRNA molecules used in vaccines to direct the body’s own cells to produce a harmless viral protein that mimics the coronavirus emerged.
“THERE IS NO HOPE FOR BENEFITS TO RESEARCHERS IN THE WORLD”
Fire and Shourhem wrote in a four-page article, “RNA vaccines have become an important tool for solving problems in the current pandemic, as well as many other public health and medical problems. We hope our article will benefit physicians and researchers around the world.”
However, Shoura and Fire engineers said they did not technically reverse the vaccine. “We did not reverse the vaccine. In 2021, we released a probable sequence of two synthetic RNA molecules that are fairly common in the general medical and human biology environment.” began to appear in the diagnostic study. It is very useful to know these sequences and to be able to distinguish them from other RNAs in the analysis of future biomedical data, “he said.
PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES ARE ON FIRE
Pharmaceutical companies, on the other hand, have been criticized for not selling their vaccines to all countries at equal prices. Some countries have had to pay more for vaccines than others.
The new strain of coronavirus has killed more than 129 million people worldwide and more than 2.8 million. While human rights organizations warn against the nationalism of vaccines, citing the fact that rich countries buy more vaccines than they need, poor countries need to wait longer for treatment.
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