I am not a biology researcher, but I am working in intradisciplinary research and would like to know the answer to this question, which I have not being able to understand.

This questions refers specifically to the coronavirus vaccines being developed functioning on a mRNA mechanism. I would like to know how the body differences the cells that are instructed to construct the spikes (which cells) and how they are biologically signaled to stop (certain proteins or a certain mechanism, so on).

I very much appreciate any input from researches on the field.

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