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Why isn't the weakened form of the coronavirus injected as a vaccine instead of producing the vaccine using its recombinant proteins?
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This is a follow-up on an earlier question regarding mechanistics of vaccines: why current vaccines don't block transmission. In summary, they don't engage mucosal immune cells to produce IgA....
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The vaccination for COVID-19 has been started. Whether the vaccinated persons may left the precautions for controlling corona virus disease.
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The development of a vaccine for COVID-19 has become a battleground for many countries to prove to the world/their own peoples that their technology is superior and better than the competitors at...
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viral diseases so bacterial diseases are so important especially in rural flocks.
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The SARS COV2 Pandemic has caused havoc, economic catastrophes, and death worldwide for one year. According to kff.org, on January 31, 2021, the total worldwide cases are 102,580,465. New cases in...
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Covid-19 vaccines will be useful for the new variant discovered in the UK?
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Please share if you know any immunologists/ scientists in the field. If the mRNA based vaccines get into the fetal blood in a pregnant patient, what are the chances of negative selection, in...
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As a pharmacologist and pharmacist I have been thinking about these mRNA vaccines quite a lot. In a previous discussion I asked if the mRNA sequence of the vaccines has been published. So far...
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Based on the data produced by Pfizer and Moderna, can we exclude side effects in the population of childbearing age?
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Vaccines against Covid-19: what side effects have already been reported in the United States and the United Kingdom ? I'm waiting for your answers
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A recent study by American researchers showed how the 501Y.V2 variant of the emerging coronavirus, which has multiple mutations, is able to infect individuals who have developed antibodies after...
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From the time Smallpox vaccine was introduced successfully several vaccines have used for mass vaccination. What are the steps taken to prove the efficacy and safety of the vaccines when they were...
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We found many cases of covid-19 infection who suffer second time within 2-3 months after the first infection. It indicates the status of immunity of the infection which in most cases of other...
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With the appearance of COVID-19 vaccines on the market, many available choices are there. Which one is good? Which one is safest? Which one is most expensive? Which one is easiest to store? How...
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In your opinion which of its vaccines against Covid-19 is more effective: Pfizer, Moderna or Sputnik ????? To your answers
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COVID-19 is an autoimmune type of disease that is caused (induced) by certain parts of RBD of S protein of SARS-CoV-2. Atypical pneumonia in SARS-CoV-2 = ILD in...
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Hello, I think that Lysozyme is the pathogenetically motivated medicine of choice for all groups of SARS-CoV-2 patients as described in my manuscript: "SARS-CoV-2 infection multilayer...
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Please explain your opinion about this RNA transgenic vaccine that will be injected into the human body.
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What's your opinion about it.
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Is it possible that WHO will declare COVID-19 vaccine as a necessary vaccine like RV, PCV, polio, etc., for all people. or at least for those who travel overseas? Please give your opinion. Thanks
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Medical officers in the UK recently announced that the second doses of the COVID-19 vaccines should be given at the end of 12 weeks rather than in 3-4 weeks, which was the initially planned...
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