Coronavirus vaccine research: Scientists pursue RNA to trigger covid immune response

In the global race to beat back the coronavirus pandemic, scientists in Britain, Germany, China and the United States are pushing to develop, and possibly manufacture, vaccines in a completely new way. This promising — but unproven — new generation of vaccine technologies is based on deploying a tiny snip of genetic code called messenger RNA to trigger the immune system. It has never before been approved for use.

Publisher: Washington Post | Author: William Booth

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2020-07-05 (Modified: 2021-09-21)

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