NIH and UT Austin scientists create possible vaccine for COVID-19

NIH and UT Austin scientists create possible vaccine for COVID-19

Researchers at the National Institute of Health and the University of Texas at Austin were able to create a 3D atomic-scale map of the part of the COVID-19 virus that attaches itself to human cells and causes infection. Mapping what researchers call the ’spike protein’ a vital step toward developing vaccines and antiviral drugs.

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Joo Radley
Joo Radley 1 months

lots of shade gets cast on our big pharma complex, but the truth is, all those scandalous drug prices fuel and finance a medical research environment second to none.

John Wilson
John Wilson 1 months

yea they claim all kinds of vaccines but none that are actually tested, approved or used. how exactly do they know they work? in mice or something? did they ever try one of thier vaccines on a human? https://www.greffex.com/products/

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 1 months

Let's hope that this is a feasible vaccine and they do what they claim by giving it away to places that can't afford it.

Sullivas
Sullivas 1 months

Just don't make it in China!

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